Simon Kenton 60 Williamstown 56

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    Simon Kenton 60 Williamstown 56

    Final from Independence.

    Demons led by four after three quarters, and had several opportunities to extend the margin, but were unable to hang on to the lead. Four consecutive turnovers put the Pioneers ahead by three with a couple minutes left, and clutch free throw shooting preserved the win.

    Stanley led all scorers with 18 for Williamstown, followed by Hawkins' team high 17.

    SK
    Hawkins- 17
    Fries- 14
    Kelch- 9
    Cottrell- 8
    Sammons- 5
    Sargent, Kitchens, Parry- 2 each

    WHS
    Stanley- 18
    Cipollone- 16
    Montgomery- 10
    Parsons- 9
    Fernandez- 3
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    This also marked the first time I'd seen SK play a zone when they weren't up 20+. Nothing significant about it, just an observation I found interesting.

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    Williamstown has been inching closer each game vs SK. Districts may be interesting.

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    I do not understand the Pioneers this year??????????!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oldercoach View Post
    I do not understand the Pioneers this year??????????!
    They appeared as though they would have rather been studying for a test tonight. They have all the pieces to contend at the regional level, but they have to get their heads in the game. Regardless of the final score, they got the win, and perhaps a reminder that they have to show up in order to make a run at Rupp.

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    Nice game by Hawkins and I too am puzzled.

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    I am glad to hear that Hawkins had a good game and got involved on the scoring end.

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    Wow. Did WT change coaches or is Hardin still there?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NKY Bandit View Post
    Wow. Did WT change coaches or is Hardin still there?
    Hardin is still there. Does a great job of coaching his kids, very positive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fire Inside View Post
    Hardin is still there. Does a great job of coaching his kids, very positive.
    First coach I've been around who gets more upset at a player for passing up a shot than taking a bad one. Having dedicated, talented kids to work with helps him out a ton as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oldercoach View Post
    I do not understand the Pioneers this year??????????!
    SK has trouble guarding athletes/footspeed.

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    Harden gets more out of his kids than anyone I've seen coach in this area. He has had to play middle school kids and has no height when compared to the rest of the teams in his district. Very surprised a larger school hasn't come calling. Not disparaging the Williamstown kids but I'd like to see what he could do at a large school that has numbers.

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