Rogers (OH) 52 Elizabethtown 48

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    Rogers (OH) 52 Elizabethtown 48

    Per the scoreboard. Any details in this one?
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    Think I spelled Elizabethtown wrong! Sorry!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RCC9 View Post
    Think I spelled Elizabethtown wrong! Sorry!
    When in doubt, just go with E'town. :loll: But I guess you couldn't get away with that in the thread title.

    As per Jason Frakes tweets...

    Etown was up 17-8 at the end of the first. Boley had 11 including 3 treys.
    At the half Etown was up 28-17. Toledo Rogers goes on a run in the third to take the lead, but Boley hits a bucket in the final seconds to give Etown a 38-37 lead at the end of 3. Etown had the ball down 3 with 27 seconds left but comes up short in the end. According to J Frakes Toledo Rogers has four NCAA D1 signees. Boley had 25 points and 11 rebounds in Etowns second loss of season, both to out of state teams.

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    Would have like to see this one! And this is why she's the best player in the state.

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    Watched it.....felt like I was watching a college game. Some serious talent on the floor.

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    21 one town is the real deal. Plays inside, outside, 3's, drives, pull ups, passes. Fun to watch. 10 one town is good as well, quick and finishes.
    Rodgers has big players, they were just that, no all around play but solid in fundamentals. Plus they get after you. Fun to watch and both teams were good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tjb10 View Post
    21 one town is the real deal. Plays inside, outside, 3's, drives, pull ups, passes. Fun to watch. 10 one town is good as well, quick and finishes.
    Rodgers has big players, they were just that, no all around play but solid in fundamentals. Plus they get after you. Fun to watch and both teams were good.
    She's going to your school. Notre dame to play Bball. She's a McDonald's all American!

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    I heard, also heard she turned a coach down twice. Lol. She is good, knows open, knows game, smooth and makes game for herself without forcing. Would love for girls to watch and replicate. ND will work on speed but she will do well(not saying slow).
    I bet she would hit a 3 to tie/win tonight that's how much I thought of her. Keep saying Rodger can't let her get it but she works to get it. Good luck to that athlete of the GAME. She plays against it and herself. The essence of a player.

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    I think Rogers actually has 5 D1 committs: 3 to Michigan, 1 to Cincy and 1 to Toledo. Jason Frakes noted that four of them are 6 feet or taller.

    Rogers destroyed E'town on the boards and made it very difficult for them to score in the lane. How many times have you seen Boley post up 1/1 and get her shot thrown back?? Yeah, me neither.
    Don't misunderstand -- Boley played great and was definitely the best player on the floor. My point is that the Rogers kids were big and very athletic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by snow_bird View Post
    I think Rogers actually has 5 D1 committs: 3 to Michigan, 1 to Cincy and 1 to Toledo. Jason Frakes noted that four of them are 6 feet or taller.
    No.... They have 4. 2 to Michigan, 1 to Cincinnati, 1 to Toledo.
    They also have a freshman guard in Cooke that will be at least a Top 50 player nationally.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KYTNGBB View Post
    No.... They have 4. 2 to Michigan, 1 to Cincinnati, 1 to Toledo.
    They also have a freshman guard in Cooke that will be at least a Top 50 player nationally.
    Michigan has signed committments from Johnson and Peace in the class of 2016. You may be forgetting the junior guard, Hampton-Bey? She's also committed to Michigan, according to ESPN.

    2017 High School Girls' Basketball Recruits - Michigan - ESPN

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    Definitely 6 D1 prospects whether signed or not, the whole team is huge! Don't grow em like that in Kentucky ha.

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    Very few players in America are on the level of Boley.

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    Not buying the Cooke as of now. She is athletic but not a factor other than defense as of now. Has the potential. The others on Rodgers big and semi sound but the girl on E town runs circles around them.
    Not putting them down,,,,, they are getting to play in college. Love it. The E town guard could be a major player(10).
    I've seen other players that are all around(can't teach stuff with skills).
    Better team and college candidates.
    Good for them. No digs or complaints. Just saying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tjb10 View Post
    Not buying the Cooke as of now. She is athletic but not a factor other than defense as of now. Has the potential. The others on Rodgers big and semi sound but the girl on E town runs circles around them.
    Not putting them down,,,,, they are getting to play in college. Love it. The E town guard could be a major player(10).
    I've seen other players that are all around(can't teach stuff with skills).
    Better team and college candidates.
    Good for them. No digs or complaints. Just saying.
    I am not endorsing Cooke, but she is being recruited by alot of D1 schools already. Will go marginal to high BCS.

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