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Beechwood 47 Cooper 43 (OT) (9th Region Semifinal)

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You sure complain about officiating a lot. No dog in the fight here, but I’m sorry you can call a defensive foul on Cooper or CCH on close to every possession.

Do these officials get paid??

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You sure complain about officiating a lot. No dog in the fight here, but I’m sorry you can call a defensive foul on Cooper or CCH on close to every possession.

 

 

If so do a better job.

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Really pretty simple. Not rocket science heck I don’t even think you have to have a high school diploma.

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If you asked me, yet no one really has, I think it’s because the court was longer and that threw Cooper off their game. I don’t recall the Beechwood throwing the ball away very often. I don’t think Cooper had any fast breaks off of Beechwood turnovers.

 

It was great to see Draud Hit two free throws in overtime. He struggled from the free-throw line earlier in the game.

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What was Draud for the night 4-20 from the field??

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If you asked me, yet no one really has, I think it’s because the court was longer and that threw Cooper off their game. I don’t recall the Beechwood throwing the ball away very often. I don’t think Cooper had any fast breaks off of Beechwood turnovers.

 

It was great to see Draud Hit two free throws in overtime. He struggled from the free-throw line earlier in the game.

 

If they lost in OT, Missing the front end of that one in one would’ve haunted him for a while. He short armed it so bad it was close to an airball.

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What was Draud for the night 4-20 from the field??

 

 

Does it matter? His team won!

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Beiger and Schilling. And the coach is just pushing all the right buttons. And, the kid in the middle just works.

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Just curious.

 

Curious on Coopers fgm vs fga? I’d guess Drauds % better then coopers.

 

I’d guess Cooper at 18 for 55 from the field.

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Curious on Coopers fgm vs fga? I’d guess Drauds % better then coopers.

 

I’d guess Cooper at 18 for 55 from the field.

 

So you don’t know??

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Curious on Coopers fgm vs fga? I’d guess Drauds % better then coopers.

 

I’d guess Cooper at 18 for 55 from the field.

 

 

So one player vs a team?? Lol.

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So you don’t know??

 

If I’m curious, that would mean I don’t know!

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Found the stats:

Draud was 6-15

Cooper was 17-49

 

If you want to blame anyone, you might want to ask Sully why he let his guys continue to jack up threes. Or why didn’t he post Spencer more? Cooper 4-17 behind the arc. Jeesh that’s rough! Slowing things down to miss a bunch of three pointers not a good offensive recipe.

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Found the stats:

Draud was 6-15

Cooper was 17-49

 

If you want to blame anyone, you might want to ask Sully why he let his guys continue to jack up threes. Or why didn’t he post Spencer more? Cooper 4-17 behind the arc. Jeesh that’s rough! Slowing things down to miss a bunch of three pointers not a good offensive recipe.

 

Good point on Spencer. He’s very effective in the post. Really quick.

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