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Holmes 91 Beechwood 65


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when you turn the ball over 25-30 times a game and put the other team at the free throw line 30-40 times a game, you have a tendency to give up a lot of points!

 

And I'd say that was attributed to Holmes being much quicker, faster, and more athletic than Beechwood.

 

Also heard Rice had two nice dunks tonight. He has played extremely well lately and really been working on crashing the boards at both ends.

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Holmes 91

Beechwood 64

Beechwood 16 12 13 23 64

Holmes 18 29 19 25 91

Beechwood (10-10) -- Fangman 21, Nusbaum 10, Erdman 10, Maus 8, Cruse 6, Eycemans 3, Prewitt 4, Brennan 2.

Holmes (17-7) -- Hayes 21, Gray 21, Rice 12, Coston 8, Englemon 8, Amison 7, Peterson 5, Knox 4, Martin 3, Palmer 1, Spencer 1.

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Holmes 91

Beechwood 64

Beechwood 16 12 13 23 64

Holmes 18 29 19 25 91

Beechwood (10-10) -- Fangman 21, Nusbaum 10, Erdman 10, Maus 8, Cruse 6, Eycemans 3, Prewitt 4, Brennan 2.

Holmes (17-7) -- Hayes 21, Gray 21, Rice 12, Coston 8, Englemon 8, Amison 7, Peterson 5, Knox 4, Martin 3, Palmer 1, Spencer 1.

 

As long as those three are consistantly in double figures, Holmes isn't going to lose too many games.

 

Good to see Coston with 8. He has played well lately for the Dogs. Holmes is really developing a deep bench as the post season nears.

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