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Jeffersontown 68 Johnson Central 49


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A little too much athleticism in this one cost JC. They forced 23 J'town turnovers, but committed 24 of their own. J'town outshot the Eagles 56.8 percent to 43.2. J'town closed out the first half on a nice run, and the momentum carried over into 65 percent second-half shooting.

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Six straight first round losses by the 15th rep. Johnson Central was the last 15th team to win a first round game, beating Hopkins Central in 2000.

 

The 15th has never beaten the 7th in a first round game, losing all five matchups.

 

The 7th rep has won ten straight first round games dating back to a 66-57 win by Henderson County over Ballard in the 1996 Sweet 16.

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Six straight first round losses by the 15th rep. Johnson Central was the last 15th team to win a first round game, beating Hopkins Central in 2000.

 

The 15th has never beaten the 7th in a first round game, losing all five matchups.

 

The 7th rep has won ten straight first round games dating back to a 66-57 win by Henderson County over Ballard in the 1996 Sweet 16.

 

Thanks for the stats, Scribe! :thumb:

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If JC had made their layups this game would have been a lot closer. I can easliy see how JC won the 15th. Sound defensively and can shoot the eyes out of it when they get the open look. This game could have been a lot closer than the score indicated. The pressure Jc applied in the 4th was great but they just could n't cut it back enough. I think they had it down to 9 in the 4th before J-town broke in back open. Nothing to be ashamed of JC.

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Great season Eagles...And congrats to the seniors on great careers... Kyle had a great run in the post season goodluck after school...

 

A side note did anyone else think that for central last night the player of the game was Ian Welch he was all over the floor and caused a lot ot TOs and had a lot of steals he played his heart out and the future looks bright for him...

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