Ryle 70 St.Henry 66

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    Ryle 70 St.Henry 66

    Ryle pretty much controlled this game. Was up by double digits for a large part of the game. Bessler for St.Henry gets his first varsity minutes and points and he looked good out there. @MentschTrachtGottLacht was right on about this one. I was pleasantly surprised. Vieth played well (and started) but had foul trouble. The 2 freshman will be pushing for a lot of minutes. Croyle carried the Crusaders in the second half.
    Ryle played hard and was just better than St.Henry tonight. Congratulations to the Raiders on the win. And @MidwestUnited was correct in having Ryle ranked over St.Henry in his/her weekly ranking. Good job.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Just Jim View Post
    Bessler for St.Henry gets his first varsity minutes and points and he looked good out there. @MentschTrachtGottLacht was right on about this one. I was pleasantly surprised.
    Lucky hunch, but kudos to Coach Faust for pulling the trigger. Can't imagine Kaiser is too far behind.

    That trio will win a lot of games over the next 3+ years.

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    Croyle! Kid is fast and can score and does not give up. He can’t do his thing from the bench. Needs more minutes, IMO.

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    Ryle (4-1) - A. Tarvin 2 4 9, Overkamp 4 2 10, J. Tarvin 5 1 14, Rankin 6 8 20, Smith 3 0 6, Benton 1 1 3, Schmitt 2 4 8. Totals: 23 20 70.

    St. Henry (2-3) - Berling 3 0 7, Vieth 3 2 8, Schaefer 2 0 4, Croyle 6 0 17, Becker 3 1 7, Westerbeck 2 1 7, Day 1 0 2, Brockman 2 0 4, McQueeney 1 0 2, Bessler 3 0 8. Totals: 26 4 66.

    Halftime: R 27-19. 3-pointers: R 4 (J. Tarvin 3, A. Tarvin), SH 10 (Croyle 5, Westerbeck 2, Bessler 2, Berling).

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    Bessler and Vieth are going to be a handful in a couple years! Will be very interesting to see how they develope.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Fury View Post
    Croyle! Kid is fast and can score and does not give up. He can’t do his thing from the bench. Needs more minutes, IMO.
    Kid is a baller. He knows how to put it in the bucket, heck, I was hoping he would of gotten time last year.

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    Rankin has had a nice start to the season. He has got to be averaging over 20 ppg so far.

    Quote Originally Posted by Just Jim View Post
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    Ryle (4-1) - A. Tarvin 2 4 9, Overkamp 4 2 10, J. Tarvin 5 1 14, Rankin 6 8 20, Smith 3 0 6, Benton 1 1 3, Schmitt 2 4 8. Totals: 23 20 70.

    St. Henry (2-3) - Berling 3 0 7, Vieth 3 2 8, Schaefer 2 0 4, Croyle 6 0 17, Becker 3 1 7, Westerbeck 2 1 7, Day 1 0 2, Brockman 2 0 4, McQueeney 1 0 2, Bessler 3 0 8. Totals: 26 4 66.

    Halftime: R 27-19. 3-pointers: R 4 (J. Tarvin 3, A. Tarvin), SH 10 (Croyle 5, Westerbeck 2, Bessler 2, Berling).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jumpman4004 View Post
    Rankin has had a nice start to the season. He has got to be averaging over 20 ppg so far.
    Vince is averaging 22 points and 13 rebounds I was told, he worked very hard all summer and has to be a top ten player in the Ninth region.

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