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    Sacred Heart 84 Scott 72

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    Any stats?

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    Sacred Heart 84, Scott 72

    Sacred Heart–Scott 1 0 2, Harris 3 2 10, Samsel 9 0 26, Flaherty 1 0 2, Sivils 7 0 14, Taylor 3 0 6, Berger 7 3 18, Fichter 2 2 6. Totals: 33 7 84.

    Scott–Secrist 5 2 12, Wagner 1 0 2, Clephane 4 5 13, Brown 5 2 12, Kallmeyer 3 2 10, Stapleton 10 1 23. Totals: 28 12 72.

    Halftime: SH 41-38. 3-pointers: SH 11 (Samsel 8, Harris 2, Berger); S 4 (Kallmeyer 2, Stapleton 2).

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    Game went back and forth and though Scott only had the lead early in the 1st they were able to battle back and pull it close everytime SH was able to stretch it out until the 4th.

    Difference makers in this game boiled down to Scott missing layups in the lane and SH was lights out from behind the ark.

    SH is a heck of a team either because of or in spite of thier youth depending on your POV. #34 is the real deal from the way she moves with the ball, distributes to team mates unselfishly, to her ability to freeze her upper body and shoot from a solid foundation even when moving or jumping. I'm sure she missed a few against the Eagles, but not many!!!

    As a side note Eagles played without Dant and Franxman who will both be returning within the next week or so. They will need them and a healthy Davis to bolster thier lack luster rebounding as of late.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dozer61 View Post
    Game went back and forth and though Scott only had the lead early in the 1st they were able to battle back and pull it close everytime SH was able to stretch it out until the 4th.

    Difference makers in this game boiled down to Scott missing layups in the lane and SH was lights out from behind the ark.

    SH is a heck of a team either because of or in spite of thier youth depending on your POV. #34 is the real deal from the way she moves with the ball, distributes to team mates unselfishly, to her ability to freeze her upper body and shoot from a solid foundation even when moving or jumping. I'm sure she missed a few against the Eagles, but not many!!!

    As a side note Eagles played without Dant and Franxman who will both be returning within the next week or so. They will need them and a healthy Davis to bolster thier lack luster rebounding as of late.
    Good assessment! Grace Berger is the real deal and she's just a sophomore. Scott was impressive with their never give up attitude and aggressive play by driving it into the lane.

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    Those 8 three pointers from Samsel might have left a mark too.....

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    My imagination or did Franxman come back for a game recently? Or has she been out since December

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    Quote Originally Posted by ky bball View Post
    My imagination or did Franxman come back for a game recently? Or has she been out since December
    Franxman only missed this game due to illness. She has been here all season.

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    You may be thinking of Dant. She has been mostly out since December, in for only a couple of games.

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    I'll start by saying that Scott competed pretty well.

    Not a lot of defense going on in the Ville last night(156 total points in 32 minutes). Samsel had a lot of open looks and did what shooters do, she knocked em' down. And the whole team was making shots-over 50% overall and close to 50% from the three point line....Sacred Heart has a whole bunch of players who can handle the ball, and some athletic players that make you work hard on every possession, and they get after the boards well.

    Then they have Berger for Showtime. Just a real impressive player who obviously works hard on her game. Saw her two years ago and again last year, and every time she's better. More skilled each year, more physically imposing each year, and still a lot of upside potential with her game.

    If this team can sneak out of the 7th, they could contend in the Sweet Sixteen....and probably for the following two years as well...

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    Quote Originally Posted by carpediem View Post
    You may be thinking of Dant. She has been mostly out since December, in for only a couple of games.
    That is who I am thinking of, thanks!

    On the other hand, looks like Scott have SH a good fight last night.

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