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    Green County 79 Shelby Valley 66 (All "A" State 1st Rd.)

    Dominique Compton sets a Boys All A scoring record with 48 points.

    Also, new record for Free Throws made with 32.

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    74 fouls called
    9 players fouled out
    104 free throws taken
    72 made

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    Green Co.

    Compton 48 (32/39FT's) 17 rebs.
    Emmons 15

    FG 17/39 44%
    3pt. 0/3 00%
    FT's 45/59 76%

    Shelby Valley

    Wright 27 (13/18FT)
    Swindall 12
    Layne 11

    FG 19/55 35%
    3pt. 1/10 10%
    FT's 27/45 60%

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    Check this out......

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    Looks like Compton almost single-handedly fouled out 5 SV players.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lawnboy13 View Post
    74 fouls called
    9 players fouled out
    104 free throws taken
    72 made
    I forgot to add.......2 hour game.

    Didn't leave the Convention Center until 12:15 am......back now at 7:30.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lawnboy13 View Post
    I forgot to add.......2 hour game.

    Didn't leave the Convention Center until 12:15 am......back now at 7:30.
    I was going to ask if you just slept on the gym floor last night?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lawnboy13 View Post
    Check this out......

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    8 of the 10 starters fouled out, this group was called for 47 fouls in total.

    Shelby Valley had a non-starter foul out, only played 10 minutes.

    Compton was credited with 48 pts, 17 boards, 4 asst, 3 stls.... and 9 TO's.... wow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gchs_uk9 View Post
    I was going to ask if you just slept on the gym floor last night?
    I should off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lawnboy13 View Post
    74 fouls called
    9 players fouled out
    104 free throws taken
    72 made
    Quote Originally Posted by Yellow Card View Post
    8 of the 10 starters fouled out, this group was called for 47 fouls in total.

    Shelby Valley had a non-starter foul out, only played 10 minutes.

    Compton was credited with 48 pts, 17 boards, 4 asst, 3 stls.... and 9 TO's.... wow.
    Was it bad refereeing? Were teams actively fouling as often as possible?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gchs_uk9 View Post
    Was it bad refereeing? Were teams actively fouling as often as possible?
    May not necessarily be bad officiating as it may have just been this group calls it different than what the teams are used to in the 5th and 15th. I might argue the 5th is the roughest in the state as far as letting 'em play, and I know the 15th is pretty physical as well.

    Put a 9th Region crew on this game and I could totally see this happening. They call heavy breathing a foul up there.

    It also could have a lot to do with SV having no answer for Compton, who is excellent at getting to the rim, and very aggressive.

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    Schue I agree some 5th Region games turn into football games. Dom gets fouls regardless of the team because how hard he drives it to the rim.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gchs_uk9 View Post
    Was it bad refereeing? Were teams actively fouling as often as possible?
    I'd agree with Jim Schue. I didn't think it was poorly called. There were actually some more plays I thought they could have called fouls on but didn't. Neither team could really stay in front of the other and when they got to the rim they got hammered. This was particularly true for Comptom. He was easily the fastest player in the court, SC couldn't stay in front of him.

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