Newport Central Catholic 63 - St Henry 33

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    Newport Central Catholic 63 - St Henry 33

    Quiet workman like game for the Breds . St Henry played hard but was overmatched .
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    The painful end to a long year for the Cru.

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    And for pictures of this game go here:

    http://www.facebook.com/album.php?ai...6&l=e8c8f20b9d

    I left in the 3rd quarter, just plain worn out.

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    No surprise here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Walter View Post
    No surprise here.
    Nope, but St Henry worked hard to make it to the show!

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    Panda great pictures once again I think picture # 37 & #42 show how long the night was for the Cru and probably the season in general. Next few years the Cru will bounce back as they were able to get some younger players some playing time.

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    Newport Central Catholic 63, St. Henry 33: The Thoroughbreds (26-6) breezed to an 18-3 first-quarter lead and led by 17 at halftime in Wednesday's second game.

    Brady Hightchew led NewCath with 18 points and Jake Giesler added 16 points and 15 rebounds. Andy Miller scored 11 points for the 'Breds, who have won eight games in a row and 11 of their past 12.

    Zach Barnett led the Crusaders (5-18) with nine points.

    St. Henry (5-18): Barnett 2 4 9, McLaughlin 2 1 6, Kuebbing 3 0 6, Patula 2 0 4, Beeghly 1 0 2, Schwarte 1 0 2, Meiman 1 0 2, Dedden 0 1 1, Hils 0 1 1. Totals 12 7 33.

    Newport Central Catholic (25-6): Hightchew 7 4 18, Giesler 6 4 16, Miller 5 0 11, Doyle 2 0 5, Bueter 1 0 3, Dupont 1 0 2, Seibert 1 0 2, Devoto 1 0 2, Grosser 1 0 2, Schulte 0 2 2. Totals 25 10 63.

    [chart]
    |St. Henry| 3| 11| 5| 14|-33|
    |NewCath| 18| 13| 16| 16|-63|
    [end chart]
    3-pointers: S 2 (McLaughlin, Barnett). N 3 (Bueter, Miller, Doyle).

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    It looked like a NewCath palyer was hurt and didn't play. I can't remember his name. Is he out for the rest of the year? If I remember correctly, he played significant minutes. How will that impact the next game?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheHighlands View Post
    It looked like a NewCath palyer was hurt and didn't play. I can't remember his name. Is he out for the rest of the year? If I remember correctly, he played significant minutes. How will that impact the next game?
    Zach Ryan, their sharp shooter, tore up his ankle in the Highlands game. I think he sees a Dr. today. Doubtful he will be back this year. That loss could hurt NCC since they are not that deep. Though streaky at times he is a legit 3 point shooter and a big part of their game plan.

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    Zach Ryan ?

    47-19 after 3 qtrs ?

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    Huge loss for NCC Imo. The kid can stroke it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qryche11 View Post
    Huge loss for NCC Imo. The kid can stroke it.
    Coach Brannen said in his pre-game comments that he is more than likely done for the year. Hope it's nothing too bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buttels View Post
    Coach Brannen said in his pre-game comments that he is more than likely done for the year. Hope it's nothing too bad.
    That would be a big blow for NCC. It looks like others will need to pick up his scoring.

    From checking the box score, it looks as though Jr. Andy Miller had a nice game with 11 points (and 10 rebounds). I believe they both shared the same position. It looked from the stands like Miller was the stronger, screen setter, rebounder and Ryan was the scorer between the two. Hopefully, Miller can continue to expand his scoring numbers to go along with his other attributes he brings to the team.

    Go Breds and good luck against Ryle!!

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    After speaking with someone from NCC last night, Ryan won't be back after a doctor told him that he would be out for at least 4 - 6 weeks with the ankle injury.

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