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  1. Don’t think anyone that has followed them this year would disagree with you. Meyer is a unique talent that this area hasn’t seen in quite a long time.
  2. That isn’t my point. You said if they didn’t have either they would win 8/9 games. I agree with that and also saying if we take top 2 scorers from every team off those teams they win maybe 8/9 as well. Nothing more not trying to start anything. Maybe I’m wrong…
  3. For sure but to be fair take the top 2 scorers and (56 pts in this case) off any team and they wouldn’t win many games. I get what you are saying but that’s a comparison you can make with 95% of all teams.
  4. Courtesy of the Statman Holy Cross 26 14 21 19 - 80 Conner 10 18 23 23 - 74 HC (21-9) - Meyer 41, Ward 27, Z. Arlinghaus 4, Hoffman 3, Gibson 3, Lehmkuhl 2. Conner (20-10) - Lohr 18, Castrucci 18, Kramer 15, Campbell 14, Hamilton 5, Cook 4. FTs - HC 15/21, Conner 12/16 3s - HC 11/23, Conner 6/18 Rebs - HC 35, Conner 27
  5. Conner played great in 2nd half. Give Holy Cross credit too. They built a big lead. Saw it fade away then took back over last 2-3 minutes. Ended on a 13-7 run after it was tied 67-67.
  6. Played 28 minutes and was 2/10 for 5 points per stats from The Statman. Full game stats to follow.
  7. Love Joe Barnes. Mentioned his name on this same post in the boys section.
  8. If you're talking about "in gym" PA announcing the top couple for me are Holmes (Danny) and Bellevue (Joe Barnes). Both crush it in my opinion !!!
  9. Think the last regional appearance for Holmes was the 14/15 season in James Bolden's senior year. The 35th district has been tough to get out of the past 10-15 years to say the least. The one constant has been Cov Cath during that stretch. Holy Cross & Beechwood has been the 2nd team out of the district the last 7 7-8 years.
  10. I'll bite and try to explain your post further - The 4 you are referencing, 2 are Arlinghaus's (Zach & Dylan cousins) and Cade Lehmkuhl (who's Mom is an Arlinghaus) and Ryan Pulsfort. The Arlinghaus's have strong ties/siblings that went to Holy Cross going back a ways and are "strong" supporters of Holy Cross. There is a long list of them all went to HC. They were never going to CCH whether they were "good enough" or not. Meyer played in 16 games for Scott as an 8th grader. He could have went anywhere he wanted to High School as a Freshman. All five "Northern Ky" Kids and great students at Holy Cross.
  11. Holy Cross Radio will be there the next two weeks covering all the Holy Cross games (boys & girls). You can listen live using the link below. Good luck to all teams! http://vcloud.blueframetech.com/holycross/widget?id=145
  12. Official stats courtesy of the Statman. Holmes 12 11 19 33 - 75 Holy Cross 22 21 18 24 - 85 Holmes (11-17) - Q Calloway 47, Pouncy 15, Commodore 7, Garcia 2, Boyd 2, Boone 2. Holy Cross (20-8) - Meyer 35 (8 rebs, 6 assts), Ward 25, Gibson 8 (9 rebs), Hoffman 7, D Arlinghaus 5, Pulsfort 2, Lehmkuhl 2, Z Arlinghaus 1. * Holy Cross jumped on Holmes early and had their biggest lead at 53-25 early in the 3rd quarter. Give Holmes credit behind Q Calloway getting red hot in the 2nd half, the Bulldogs got as close as 8 with 3:00 to go but couldn’t get any closer. Congratulations to Holy Cross junior guard Jacob Meyer who finished with 35 points and broke the school’s all-time scoring record held by Joe Harney. Finals Friday night at 7:00 pm Holy Cross vs Cov Cath
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