Owensboro Catholic 85 Hopkinsville 65

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  1. #16

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    was at this one.... 2-3 zone diet....OC rebounded great in it....handled pressure really well. Hoptown gave it their all in the 4th and had it down to 9 in 4th but OC kept the game plan looking too score vs pressure. Think the zone REALLY bothered Hoptown. Sometimes chased Cager with one of the front guards. He had a lot of unforced turnovers (throwing it out of bounds, travels...legit travels, etc..)....Hoptown big kid is no factor when he wants to pressure...its his weaklink...pulls him for a smaller defender...seems he would rather play small (and coach loves to pressure so he has to decide to play him or not)

    quality win for OC...don't overall look them 3rd region!
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    Anyone have link to stats for this game?

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    Haworth's insistence to pressure even when it's working against him is his weakness. I'm not ready to predict but county could make tomorrow night ugly if they handle the pressure.

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    I agree. He wants to pressure at moments that dont need. I also dont think this team is built for pressure if he plays the big. Gives up too much open areas that Matlock would and could cover. Matlock was always on front of his pressures.

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    Yep. He was terrific on the ball

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    Jalen Johnson 2-20 wow.

    You won't see that very often. He is their best player. He was a non factor in many of Hoptown's losses.

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