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The Bulldogs are in a real shooting funk. They were close in this one but really never in control. Their half court pressure was the only thing that kept it within 10. They probably missed 15 free throws and shot less than 30% from the field. Ryle played smart and the big guy Staufner (spelling may be wrong, sorry) was tough to handle in the first 12 minutes. Perkins played a nice game for the Raiders. He is a hustler and got a lot of loose balls. Bottom line for the Dogs, they are going to shoot a lot of free throws with their quickness, they get fouled a lot. They gotta do better from the line. They are frustrated and not a very confident team at this time.

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The Bulldogs are in a real shooting funk. They were close in this one but really never in control. Their half court pressure was the only thing that kept it within 10. They probably missed 15 free throws and shot less than 30% from the field. Ryle played smart and the big guy Staufner (spelling may be wrong, sorry) was tough to handle in the first 12 minutes. Perkins played a nice game for the Raiders. He is a hustler and got a lot of loose balls. Bottom line for the Dogs, they are going to shoot a lot of free throws with their quickness, they get fouled a lot. They gotta do better from the line. They are frustrated and not a very confident team at this time.

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Scoring for Holmes:

 

Gray 12, Rice 11, Knox 10, Palmer 8, Hayes 3

 

Scoring by quarters:

 

Ryle: 19 - 13 - 8 - 14 - 54

Holmes: 10 - 18 - 9 - 7 - 44

 

Plain and simple, Ryle played harder than Holmes to get the W. Ryle won this game by rebounding and limiting Holmes' second chance points.

 

Dogs tied the score in the 4th quarter at 40-40 with around 4 or 5 mins left but Stauffer scored 6 straight down low to push the lead to 6 at 46-40 and that was all she wrote.

 

Officiating was absolutely horrible both ways and Coach Booher got t'd up in the 4th quarter, as he had seen enough no calls against his team. Poor officiating isn't why Holmes lost though. As I stated earlier, Ryle simply outplayed them by rebounding and wanting it more down the stretch.

 

On a side note, I lost all respect for Coach Mullins after tonight and I'm extremely surprised he is allowed to coach 16-18 yr olds. If I had a son on his team, I'd be embarrassed. With time ticking under 30 seconds there were some kids from Holmes (fans behind scorers table and Holmes bench) screaming about the officiating. Coach Mullins responds by turning around, telling them to be quiet, then starts laughing and clapping at them and then pointing and looking at the scoreboard. Absolutely classless. I have spoke with Coach Mullins several times both at Fitworks and at sporting events and I would've never expected to see such behavior from him. As an adult in the public eye, representing an entire school, you don't act like that. When approached by an adult about it after the game, he runs to get a Boone Co sheriff to escort them out. As Keyshawn would say... Come on man!

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Walter, I knew there was commotion after the game but didn't know what it was or what caused it. Everyone left peacefully, though. Holmes over the prior four-five years has had a player that could take over any game in crunch time in Henderson and R Johnson. They have no one that does that with this team. They were listless and timid tonight. At times this year, I thought Hayes or Gray would do that. They are nice players, but not the bell cow they need thus far on a consistent basis. I thought Knox played hard and that was about it. Ryle was going to let Palmer beat them from the outside. He wasn't on, he hit a three early in the 4th, but not enough the rest of the game. It just shows how much superior talent they've had. As a Bulldog fan, I was spoiled.

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Walte, I knew there was commotion after the game but didn't know what it was or what caused it. Everyone left peacefully, though.

 

Some kids and Coach Mullins got in a "verbal war" with time winding down at the end. An adult was displeased that he'd talk to high school kids that way so they confronted him after the game. Mullins responded by running to the Boone Co sheriff to "calm things down."

 

I'm not condoning what those kids did or said at all, but you don't turn around during a game to yell at people in the stands. Be an ADULT and ignore it. None of the comments were directed his way until he turned around and put on the show he did. At one point he was even complaining about Coach Booher saying stuff to the ref.

 

It even carried over to some of his players as a few were clapping and laughing, trying to provoke some of the Holmes players as they were standing there watching. Luckily the Holmes players were big enough to simply walk away and not say anything back or make any comments.

 

The Ryle A.D should be embarassed and I'm sure Mr Madrick will address it as he didn't seem or look to happy after the game out in the parking lot.

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The administration should never let a fan wonder onto the court after a game, why wouldn't you call for the police?

 

Both coaches screamed at the refs throughout the game and I am shocked only one T was administered.

 

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The administration should never let a fan wonder onto the court after a game, why wouldn't you call for the police?

 

Both coaches screamed at the refs throughout the game and I am shocked only one T was administered.

 

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I agree. I don't think the guy in the photo is a student for Holmes though. If it's who I'm thinking of, he graduated in 06 or 07.

 

As far as both coaches yelling, I'm extremely surprised Mullins didn't get T'd up. I can understand why Booher got T'd up. Either Gray or Knox got absolutely hammered down low and nothing was called.

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Exactly Panda. This was an adult not students, from what I was told who was involved in the post game issue.

Lest we forget, Ryle is known for their lax security at games...see the SK-Ryle football threads from the fall. They want to cast blame elsewhere when it happens in their house under their watch.

I didn't see what transpired over the last few seconds, but I was opposite of the benches so I didn't see what led up to it, only Mullins running across floor.

Ugly, physcial game as usual at Ryle. Holmes couldn't throw it in the ocean. Holmes seems like they are still trying to fill the void in the loss of Mayfield.

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Exactly Panda. This was an adult not students, from what I was told who was involved in the post game issue.

Lest we forget, Ryle is known for their lax security at games...see the SK-Ryle football threads from the fall. They want to cast blame elsewhere when it happens in their house under their watch.

I didn't see what transpired over the last few seconds, but I was opposite of the benches so I didn't see what led up to it, only Mullins running across floor.

Ugly, physcial game as usual at Ryle. Holmes couldn't throw it in the ocean. Holmes seems like they are still trying to fill the void in the loss of Mayfield.

 

I told my gf the same thing after the game. Palmer is providing more scoring than Mayfield, but they sorely miss his defense at the top of the zone. Perkins had his way tonight and was extremely tough for the Raiders. I think he had around 16?

 

Vollett also showed some serious toughness. There was a play where Knox simply lowered his shoulder and went in to Vollett hard for a shot attempt and Vollett didn't budge. Anyone who has seen Knox on the gridiron knows he is one tough, strong kid.

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