Ryle 79 Conner 73

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    Ryle 79 Conner 73

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    Big win for the Raiders considering their recent struggles.
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    WHAT!

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    Nice job Ryle !!!!

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    WOW!! Did not expect this

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    Surprised by this score as well!

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    Nice game, Raiders!

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    Nice win for sure!

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    Color me shocked.

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    Ryle played really well. The final result is more of the latter, rather than Conner coming out flat & laying an egg. Both teams played with a lot of energy, which isn't always easy to do on a Saturday afternoon in a mostly empty gym.

    Ryle made big-time adjustments from the previous game with Conner, especially as it relates to handling Conner's full-court pressure. I don't think it's an exaggeration to say Ryle probably scored 50 or so of their 79 points on lay ups. I realize that has been Conner's M. O. this year, and they've had a lot of success forcing turnovers, but I have to think you have to call off the press at some point to stop the Ryle lay up line and see what they can do in a half court set.

    No injury excuses for Conner in this one, as Hemmerich, Cook, and Supernaut all were back in uniform and played yesterday. Hemmerich, understandably, looked rusty but got better as the game progressed. Unfortunately, the injury bug did hit Conner once again when Garnett left the game early in the 4th Qtr. X-rays after the game confirmed he has a broken nose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thisguy View Post
    Ryle played really well. The final result is more of the latter, rather than Conner coming out flat & laying an egg. Both teams played with a lot of energy, which isn't always easy to do on a Saturday afternoon in a mostly empty gym.

    Ryle made big-time adjustments from the previous game with Conner, especially as it relates to handling Conner's full-court pressure. I don't think it's an exaggeration to say Ryle probably scored 50 or so of their 79 points on lay ups. I realize that has been Conner's M. O. this year, and they've had a lot of success forcing turnovers, but I have to think you have to call off the press at some point to stop the Ryle lay up line and see what they can do in a half court set.

    No injury excuses for Conner in this one, as Hemmerich, Cook, and Supernaut all were back in uniform and played yesterday. Hemmerich, understandably, looked rusty but got better as the game progressed. Unfortunately, the injury bug did hit Conner once again when Garnett left the game early in the 4th Qtr. X-rays after the game confirmed he has a broken nose.

    Welcome to the 33rd, where the unpredictable becomes the ordinary!
    Good summary, thisguy! And hope Garnett recovers from his injury soon.

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    Well, the good news is the injured Cougars are back.

    Congrats to Coach McFarland.

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    Ryle 79, Conner 73

    Conner-Connley 5 0 12, Gambrel 1 0 2, Scott 8 1 20, Padgett 3 1 9, Garnett 4 0 8, Cook 2 0 5, Hemmerich 4 2 10, Surprenant 1 0 2, Alimardani 2 0 5. Totals: 30 4 73.

    Ryle-Owens 5 4 15, Cheesman 2 8 12, Turner 6 8 22, Legg 0 2 2, O’Hara 3 4 10, Kirschler 5 2 12, Webster 3 0 6. Totals: 24 28 79.

    Halftime: C 36-33. 3-pointers: R 3 (Turner 2, Owens); C 9 (Scott 3, Connley 2, Padgett 2, Cook, Alimardani).

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    Was this win Ryle's first regular season district win since 2013/2014 ?

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    ^^ in the stats line above. Ryle had 7 kids score. Wonder if that will be the rotation going forward? Cheese at 1, Owens at 1 or 2, Turner at 2 or 3, O'hara at 2 or 3, Kirschler at 5, Legg at 3 or 4, Webster at 4 or 5, or even 3. Jared can stroke it from behind the arc as well.

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    If these teams meet again a better strategy might be to make Ryle take/make contested jump shots. A lot of lay-ups yesterday.

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