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Prep Boys Basketball Roundup - December 7

Wednesday, December 6, 2017

Boys Basketball

marie-philipMarie Philip 54 Waldorf School of Mass Bay 37

In first half, our boys didn't play well to start the game. Turnovers and cold shooting kept us in a close game with Waldorf School of Mass Bay. Our boys went into the locker room at the half with a 18-10 lead. We knew that we should have played better than this.

Reviewing and planning better, the boys came out in the second half with much better shooting and cut down on turnovers. We built a big lead and then Waldorf started to press against our second and third string players. They refused to give up so we had to put back some starters to keep our lead all the way to the buzzer.

Dylan Christoffels found his shooting form and led Marie Philip with 20 points, 11 rebounds, and three assists. Kacey Monahan and Kyle Florio added 15 points and 11 points respectively. It was a good victory on our first home game and put us a win column in our league. (Contributed by Head Coach John Monahan)

MBIL record: 1-0

American 47 Rhode Island 18

americanAmerican - ASD boys played first and opened the game with four players from second string making their first varsity start. After a slow start, the team seized control of the game midway through the second quarter while leaning on their defense. No first string starter logged more than 10 minutes of play in the game. (Contributed by Athletic Director Mason Wood)

rhode-islandRhode Island - Our boys Roosters traveled to West Hartford, Connecticut to face the American School for the Deaf. ASD jumped to a quick lead but our boys did not back down and worked hard facing the press that the Tigers put on us. ASD never gave up their lead and defeated us by the score of 46-18.

Jayden Elias led the Roosters with six points, hitting four out of five free throws. Timothy Jallah added four points with seven rebounds and Mario Pacheco chipped in with five points. Juan Fernandez-Espinal contributed with nine rebounds. (Contributed by Athletic Director Nathan Engel)

coloradoAtlas Prep 51 Colorado 33

Atlas Prep outscored Colorado 21-9 in the third quarter to pull away for the win. Luis Blandon Romero paced Colorado with 16 points and DuChea High added 15.

AP    11-8-21-11 = 51
CSDB 8-9–-9–-7 = 33

Halftime - Atlas Prep led 19-17.

CSDB (1-1): Luis Blandon Romero 6-1-4-16, DuChea High 6-3-4-15, Nick Fuller 0-1-2-1, Isaac Rodriguez 0-1-2-1.

Total 3FG: 1 (Romero)

new-yorkNew York 45 Masters School 43

We overcame a bad loss from the day before against Lexington School for the Deaf and came out playing like a team. Almost every field goal we made came from an assist as we connected on 14 assists off of 18 field goals. Christian Gonzalez played a great game with 19 points, six rebounds, one block, four steals, and 2 assists. (Contributed by Head Coach Nicolas Tegni)

NYSD 8-15-14--8 = 45
TMS 11--6-16-10 = 43

Halftime - New York led 23-17.

lexingtonWinston Prep 36 Lexington 17

Winston Prep kept Lexington’s offense grounded as they were held to just 17 points. Jayden Orlang had six points for Lexington and Jordan Lairkram had eight rebounds.

WP 3-14-8-11 = 36
LSD 4--3-6--4 = 17

Halftime - Winston Prep led 17-7.

Lexington leaders
Points: Jayden Orlang 6, Steve Salmon 5
Rebounds: Jordan Laikram 8
Steals: Steve Salmon 4
Blocks: Jordan Laikram 4

Tuesday, December 5, 2017

eastern-north-carolinaEastern North Carolina 65 Heritage Christian 62

Jeremiah Deans poured in 43 points, a season high for Eastern North Carolina along with 11 rebounds and three steals as they nudged past Heritage Christian Academy to remain perfect on the season. Nahiem Carlton added 12 points and five steals.

HCA     11-11-23-17 = 62
ENCSD 15-12-19-19 = 65

Halftime - Eastern North Carolina led 27-22.

HCA: Armstrong 15, Greene 4, Mendoza 7, Dupree 13, Tucker 4, Lambert 19.

ENCSD (6-0): Robinson 8, Carlton 12, Vargus, McLaughlin 2, Deans 43.

kansasKansas 64 Hyman Brand Hebrew 30

Kansas started fast building a huge lead at the end of the first quarter and cruising rest of the way. With four players scoring in double digits for Kansas, Jayman Washington recorded a double-double with 19 points and 16 rebonds.

Kansas’ next game on Thursday, December 7 is against DeLaSalle who is the defending GPAC (Great Plains Athletic Conference) champions.

HBH   4--9--7-10 = 30
KSD 23-13-10-18 = 64

Halftime - Kansas led 36-13.

KSD
Jayman Washington: 19 points, 16 rebounds
Raul Melgar: 13 points, 4 rebounds
Marcus Aiken: 16 points
Tayte McCaskey: 12 points, 7 rebounds

Team Total FG: 29-54
Team Total 3FG: 3
Team Total FT: 3-7

GPAC record: 3-0

mississippiMississippi 61 Salem 50

Mississippi never relinquished their nine-point advantage they built in the first quarter as both teams played evenly rest of the way. Mississippi was led by Kenmarkis Meeks who erupted for 29 points. Mark Campbell added 15 points and dished out eight assists.

MSD 17-16-13-15 = 61
SHS  8-14-14-14 = 50

Halftime - Mississippi led 33-22.

MSD (2-4): K. Meeks 29, Thomas 4, Campbell 15, Wilson 3, Jones 8, Moore 2.

Team Total FG: 18-28
Team Total 3FG: 6-13 (K. Meeks 5, Wilson)
Team Total FT: 7-8

kentuckyRiverside Christian 43 Kentucky 33

It was KSD’s first home game of the season and we couldn’t get anything started offensively scoring only three points in the opening quarter. After falling behind 28-14, KSD switched to man-to-man defense and made a run but couldn’t stop Riverside Christian’s inside shooting. Lack of rebounding hurt us as well.

Aaron Howard scored a season high of 25 points and had five rebounds for KSD. The Team shot 1 of 11 from downtown with Payne Yance making the only connection. (Contributed by Coach Leslie Stayer, Jr.)

RC   9-5-14-15 = 43
KSD 3-9--2-19 = 33

Halftime - Riverside Christian led 14-12.

KSD (0-5): Howard 25, Yance 5, Collins 3.

RC: Fugate 3, P. Champ 6, C. Champ 2, Baker 17, Voth 13, Petty 2.

washingtonOregon 39 Washington 32

Trailing by just a point at the half, Washington could not get past Oregon in the second half as the team suffered a season opening loss. Cristian Martinez-White led the scoring attack for Washington with 11 points followed by Taylor Payne with 9 and Juan Ramirez with 8.

OSD 6-9-14-10 = 39
WSD 7-7-11--7 = 32

Halftime - Oregon led 15-14.

WSD (0-1): Cristian Martinez-White 11, Ricardo Pineda 2, Taylor Payne 9, Juan Ramirez 8, Jose Ramirez 2.

new-yorkLexington 42 New York 21

New York - We played a very competitive first quarter as we led by one point, 10-9. But for rest of the game, we got shut down by Lexington's defense as we continually struggled with our offense. (Contributed by Head Coach Nicolas Tegni)

lexingtonLexington - Games with New York is one of our exciting traditions and a competitive rivalry. New York and Lexington is only 45-minutes apart.

We started the game with great defense by both teams. We missed a lot of layups on our fast breaks. At the half, I made a strategic change and our defense got much better in the second half. Defense won this game for us. (Contributed by Head Coach Jamil Haque)

NYSD 10-4--3--4 = 21
LSD    9-7-13-13 = 42

Halftime - Lexington led 16-14.

Lexington leaders
Points: Steve Salmon 13, Timar Harris 12, Jayden Orlang 8
Rebounds: Tayqwan Richardson 12, Aaron Lakram 10, Jordan Laikram 7.
Assists: Steve Salmon 4
Steals: Steve Salmon 8, Timar Harris 5
Blocks: Jordan Laikram 3

floridaDuval Charter 66 Florida 52

We suffered our first loss of the season. We started off well and it carried over until the start of the 4th quarter when it was tied 42-42. After that, our wheels fell off. It was good for our boys to play in a game like this in which a lot of the bounces didn't go our way. We just need to respond better next time. (Contributed by Head Coach Eric LeFors)

FSDB 13-15-14-10 = 52
DC    11-16-15-24 = 66

Halftime - Florida led 28-27.

FSDB (3-1): Samy Vital 19, Quintin Galpine 15, Wallace Burrell 7, Enow Otto 7, Yahir Rodriguez 6.

pennsylvaniaInternational Christian 48 Pennsylvania 44

Our first home game was against International Christian which was a tough loss with our boys playing hard and never giving up. Nasir Ford led Pennsylvania with 27 points, three rebounds, and six steals. Adding to that total was Jacob Cross with 13 points and 13 rebounds. (Contributed by Athletic Director Matt Bujak)

marylandMaryland 82 Rockbridge Academy 21

Maryland overpowered Rockbridge Academy in a lopsided league win. Stefan Anderson picked up a double-double for Maryland with team high 22 points and 14 rebounds.

RA      2-10--4--5 = 21
MSD 18-17-23-24 = 82

Halftime - Maryland led 35-12.

MSD
Jaden Joseph: 4 points, 4 assists, 3 steals
John Werner, Jr.: 8 points, 4 steals
Rory Lewis: 17 points, 5 rebounds, 3 steals
Esteban Kovacs: 10 points, 3 steals
Eric Long: 6 points, 3 rebounds
Miguel Pavao: 2 points, 4 rebounds, 3 assists
Stefan Anderson: 22 points, 14 rebounds
Jason Werner: 7 points, 3 assists, 3 steals
Thomas Apfel, Jr.: 2 points
Ethan Sheppeck: 2 points
Janos Giuranna: 2 points, 4 rebounds

Team Total FG: 34
Team Total 3FG: 8 (Lewis 3, Kovacs 2, Werner, Jr. 2)
Team Total FT: 6-15

RA: Darrell Lut 9, Jude Gannet 2, Tim Sohmer 3, Tim Tatterson 7.

Team Total FG: 8
Team Total 3FG: 2 (Lut, Tatterson)
Team Total FT: 3-5

oklahomaPaoli 67 Oklahoma 45

The team was cold in the first half and came back hot in the second half but it was not enough. (Contributed by Head Coach Chris Reagle)

Tuesday, November 21, 2017

lexingtonLexington 49 Legacy 37

An eight-point lead in the first quarter gave Lexington the margin they needed to keep Legacy at bay for a season opening win. Three players scored in double-digits for Lexington with Timar Harris leading the way with 14.

LSD 10-13-8-16 = 49
LEG  2-13-9-13 = 37

Halftime - Lexington led 23-15.

Lexington leaders
Points: Timar Harris 14, Jordan Laikram 12, Steve Salmon 10
Rebounds: Steve Salmon 12, Aaron Laikram 7
Assists: Steve Salmon 6

 
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