Murray/Sacred Heart Scrimmage

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    Murray/Sacred Heart Scrimmage

    Murray scrimmaged Sacred Heart today at SHA. After watching Murray play, Murray's talented squad should win most of the games they play this year and contend for a State title.
    The trio of Mayes, Turley, and Burpo are the heart of this team. Macy Turley runs the team very well. Burpo and Mayes were the leading scorers in this game with 13 points a piece and Turley chipping in with 12.
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    Do you have a score?

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    SHA 91.. Murray 72

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    A nice write up on Murray to learn they got throttled. LOL!!!! Murray will be tough as well as SHA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sumoroyal View Post
    A nice write up on Murray to learn they got throttled. LOL!!!! Murray will be tough as well as SHA.
    As everyone knows scores in scrimmages don't mean much. This game was played where the score at each quarter started 0-0.

    1st Murray 12 SHA 10
    2nd Murray 9 SHA 13
    3rd Murray 10 SHA 12
    4th Murray 10 SHA 26

    SHA is very very deep and wore down Murray by the 4th quarter. Burpo and Turley probably played over 30 minutes. SHA didn't have anyone play 30 minute, so it was close until 4th qtr.

    They did play a 5th quarter, but most of the main players didn't play for either side.
    Berger was the leading scorer with 12 for SHA. Samsel had 11 with many others scoring for SHA. One of SHA's best players Erin Toller didn't play in this game because she is recovering from a minor injury. Should be back soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by passtheball View Post
    As everyone knows scores in scrimmages don't mean much. This game was played where the score at each quarter started 0-0.

    1st Murray 12 SHA 10
    2nd Murray 9 SHA 13
    3rd Murray 10 SHA 12
    4th Murray 10 SHA 26

    SHA is very very deep and wore down Murray by the 4th quarter. Burpo and Turley probably played over 30 minutes. SHA didn't have anyone play 30 minute, so it was close until 4th qtr.

    They did play a 5th quarter, but most of the main players didn't play for either side.
    Berger was the leading scorer with 12 for SHA. Samsel had 11 with many others scoring for SHA. One of SHA's best players Erin Toller didn't play in this game because she is recovering from a minor injury. Should be back soon.
    Don't think those scores add up to 91-72!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 16thBBall Fan View Post
    Don't think those scores add up to 91-72!!!
    Didn't add in 5th qtr for obvious reasons

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    Quote Originally Posted by passtheball View Post
    Didn't add in 5th qtr for obvious reasons
    They must have went nuts in the 5th with scoring

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweet16 View Post
    They must have went nuts in the 5th with scoring
    Both teams because through 4 quarters it was 61-41. Sounds like everyone quit playing defense in 5th quarter.

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    There were actually 6 quarters of game action...

    Q5 Murray 12 SHA 14
    Q6 Murray 19 SHA 16

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    Quote Originally Posted by behindthescenes View Post
    There were actually 6 quarters of game action...

    Q5 Murray 12 SHA 14
    Q6 Murray 19 SHA 16
    Thanks for correcting me. I left after a few minutes into the 5th qtr. Many of the bench players and some role players played in the 5th qtr. I doubt if any of the seniors played in the 5th and 6th quarters.

    I was impressed with both teams. Murray will be a tough out at the end of the year.

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