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Conner 65 Simon Kenton 47


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Both teams came out a little flat and sloppy to start the game. Conner got going about half way through the 1st Qtr with their full-court pressure. I believe SK turned it over 4 straight possessions and Conner built a 20-7 lead. Conner was in control the rest of the way and SK never posed any threat as Conner was up 15 at the half and 19 after the 3rd Qtr.

 

Conner has the talent and experience to make some noise this year. There isn't a team in the 9th that plays any harder than they do. The key is if Scott and Hemmerich can continue to take good shots within the flow of the offense and not force things. And, it still remains to be seen how they will defend when they face a dominant post player. Conner isn't very big inside at all.

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Conner had a great game plan and stuck with it and SK never made any adjustments. Hats off to Coach Hicks and his staff. SK had one kid bringing the ball up against a constant double team and the other four ran and hid from him. Scott for Conner scored 25pts on 12 layups and a free throw. SK never adjusted offensively or defensively all night.

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Got outplayed in every facet of the game. Could not make any shots, including layups. Connor was quick and fast and SK could not figure out the jump/trap press. SK could not catch a pass to save their lives and it was not just 1 or 2 of them it was all of them. Lots of turnovers, both forced and unforced. Connor played great.

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