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Mali Klorczyk (26 points) leads Newtown past Masuk 59-52

Jana Migliaro (24 points) saw plenty of Newtown defenders

Jana Migliaro (24 points) saw plenty of Newtown defenders

Mali Klorczyk (26 points) made five 3-pointers

Mali Klorczyk (26 points) made five 3-pointers

(Newtown CT) Jana Migliaro (24 points) and Mali Klorczyk (26 points) put on quite a show.

In the end it was Mali’s Newtown Nighthawks defeating Jana’s Masuk Panthers, 59-52, in a non-league girls’ game on Tuesday night.

Newtown (4-1) took the lead for good in the second quarter on a three by junior Haley Ryan.

Mali Klorczyk drained three 3’s in the third period to raise the N’Town advantage to thirteen but Masuk (1-3) rallied back.  Seven unanswered points to start the final quarter had the Panthers one shot away at 39-36 with six minutes to play.

Lauren Wilcox (16 points) gets in close

Lauren Wilcox (16 points) gets in close

Newtown, however, answered immediately with seven straight points featuring Mali Klorczyk’s fifth 3-pointer and pushed the Hawks’ lead back into the ten-point comfort zone.

The pace was hectic throughout.  In the first half the pace troubled both teams as there were  missed shots and turnovers galore.  The teams combined for fifteen turnovers in the first quarter alone.

Newtown led, 19-16, at the half.

The Hawks put Masuk in some serious trouble in the third quarter with eleven straight points in a two-minute segment.  Mali Klorczyk converted a rebound and nailed two straight three’s during the breakaway run.  Mali ended up with thirteen points in the quarter.

floor burns

floor burns

Senior Jana Migliaro did her best for Masuk to keep the Panthers in the game.  She made three’s, drives, and free throws while every Hawk seemed to take a try at containing her.  She drove fearlessly and ended up making twelve free throws.

I was impressed with the Newtown passing in the second half.  With Masuk trapping the ball, there were openings to be found in close with consecutive passes.  Lauren Wilcox (16 points) cashed in from in close seven different times.

The basketball games I see (in Massachusetts) are played with a shot clock.  Without that clock, teams have to be able to pressure an opponent and be able to handle pressure.  A coach where a shot clock is used (Massachusetts) can hide players on offense or defense but not in Connecticut.

I liked the idea of having team captains (Sarah Lynch and Jenny Skoog) recite the crowd conduct requirements before the game.

Kelly Merrick (14) sets a screen for Lauren Wilcox (5)

Kelly Merrick (14) sets a screen for Lauren Wilcox (5)

Kelly Merrick went out in the third quarter with a leg injury.

Newtown was 10-11 last year after winning the state championship in 2012.  This year’s team has one senior (Sarah Lynch).  The 2014-15 Hawks could be headed for some good things in the post-season if tonight’s combo of speed, passing, defense, and 3-point shooting gets perfected.

Underwhelming foul shooting by both teams.  Newtown was 9-for-21 while Masuk was 15-for-26.  My theory on poor foul shooting is that players practice 3-point shooting a lot more than free throw shooting.

I continue to be surprised by the number of baskets scored on inbounds plays.

Next game for Masuk is hosting Bethel on Saturday at 7PM.

Newtown returns to action on January 3rd on the road at Saddle River School in New Jersey.

Newtown    6  13     20  20   59
Masuk       11   5   13   23   52

Newtown boxscore
Masuk boxscore

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Olyvia Shaw (12) passes

Olyvia Shaw (12) passes

Mali Klorczyk (0) surrounded

Mali Klorczyk (0) surrounded

Jenny Skoog (23) and Sarah Lynch (10) instruct the crowd

Jenny Skoog (23) and Sarah Lynch (10) instruct the crowd

Newtown cheerleaders

Newtown cheerleaders

Newtown coach Jeremy OConnell

Newtown coach Jeremy OConnell

Taylor Iorfino (34) defends

Taylor Iorfino (34) defends

Haley Ryan

Haley Ryan

Jana Migliaro

Jana Migliaro

Gabby Beckett, Olyvia Shaw, and Megan Sheridan

Gabby Beckett, Olyvia Shaw, and Megan Sheridan

Sarah Lynch (10) goes down the lane

Sarah Lynch (10) goes down the lane

 

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Julian Dunn leads undefeated Newtown past Masuk 28-7

Julian Dunn crosses the goal line into the Connecticut state record book with his 48th touchdown reception

Julian Dunn crosses the goal line into the Connecticut state record book with his 48th touchdown reception

Julian Dunn gets his 49th touchdown reception

Julian Dunn gets his 49th touchdown reception

(Newtown CT) “Julian Dunn has done some amazing things for Newtown football,” said Nighthawks coach Steve George on Tuesday night after the game.

It’s probably a line that the NHS coach has used regularly when asked about the talented senior.

Julian was key to the Newtown victory over Masuk, 28-7, in the rescheduled Thanksgiving Eve game.

In the midst of a terrific catching/kicking/defending performance, Julian slipped into the Connecticut high school record book.  He entered the game tied with Aaron Hernandez (Bristol/Florida/Patriots) on the all-time list of touchdown catches with 47 but by game’s end had added two more to his total.  With at least one more game left, and possibly two, his totals could increase.

Julian Dunn picks off pass intended for Joe Capodagli

Julian Dunn picks off pass intended for Joe Capodagli

The final score in this game was very misleading.  At first glance you’d suspect that undefeated Newtown dominated 7-4 Masuk.  You would be wrong……….at least during the first half.  The second half?  All Newtown.

Because Newtown was in the South-West Conference championship game on Saturday, they only had a few days to get ready for Masuk.  The Panthers, on the other hand, had over a week.

“Joe Lato (Masuk head coach) is one of the best coaches in the state,” said Coach George.  “We knew he was going to have some funky stuff going on.”

Nick Dellapiano (7) sweeps right for 7-yard TD

Nick Dellapiano (7) sweeps right for 7-yard TD

And sure enough he did.  It seemed to me that Newtown spent most of the first half trying to figure out where to line up defensively against a variety of formations.  Underdog Masuk was not only able to move the ball but also overwhelmed the Nighthawks defensively with an assortment of blitzes.

Things got so bad that after one lengthy first-half Masuk drive, their fans began to chant, “Over-rated, Over-rated.”

Jacob Burden leaves at halftime with trainer

Jacob Burden leaves at halftime with trainer

In that dismal first half, Newtown QB Jacob Burden was sacked and injured.  Sophomore Justin Dunn came on and his first pass bounced off of the normally reliable hands of his brother Julian.  Things were that bad!

Masuk threatened to score in the first quarter but the drive petered out at the Newtown 19.

In the second quarter the Panthers took the lead.  A fake punt by Newtown failed and the visitors from Monroe had a short field to work with. The big play in the scoring drive was a nifty 25-yarder by quarterback Zach Kaufman.  Zach started left and then cut back across the middle of the field. Sophomore Nick Dellapiano finished the job for Masuk running a reverse to the right from seven yards out at 8:16.

Masuk coach Joe Lato

Masuk coach Joe Lato

The second half was a whole new ballgame!  Masuk’s 7-0 halftime lead vanished on Newtown’s first possession and the Nighthawks had answers for the Panthers “funky” formations thereafter.

Julian Dunn jumped ahead of Aaron Hernandez in TD receptions on that first series.  Julian lined up on the right and slanted into the middle.  His brother Justin’s pass hit him in full stride.  Julian (6-3/230) bounced off safety Bryan Acevedo for the 16-yard record-setting tally and the score was tied after the extra point.

With the score now tied, Masuk took a huge chance on 4th down deep in their own territory.  Coach Lato said afterwards that, “he saw the momentum changing and wanted to stop it.”  Keeping a drive alive at the Masuk 34 on a 4th-and-one seemed do-able after a great first half, but after a timeout, an inside run was stopped cold.

Newtown quickly capitalized on the field-position gift with a nice run by sophomore Hunter Cobb setting up the Nighthawks at the Masuk 10.  It wasn’t hard to figure out what would happen next: Julian Dunn slant over the middle.  Newtown was now up 14-7 with 6:32 remaining in the second quarter.

Nick Rubino (34) gets 13th touchdown

Nick Rubino (34) gets 13th touchdown

Masuk had bad field position most of the second half.  A short punt early in the final quarter, followed by a long Hunter Cobb run, had the Panthers on the Masuk doorstep.  Two straight runs by Nick Rubino got him into the end zone for his 13th TD of the season.

Worse field position set up another punt for Masuk on their next possession.  Senior Ethan Carpenter collected Bryan Acevedo’s punt at the Masuk 39 and shot straight up the wide-open middle.  He was instantly alone and ended up with two blockers nearby, with no one to block, as he streaked across the goal line.

Ethan’s TD was at 7:29 and put the Newtown at the final score of 28-7.

Running back Jaret DeVellis was in uniform for Newtown but didn’t play.  “Jaret could have played but we wanted to do the right thing with him and give his ankle more time to heal,” said Coach George.  I watched Jaret in pregame and, despite his best efforts, he still wasn’t running without limping.

QB Jacob Burden didn’t return after his injury to his non-throwing left shoulder in the second quarter.  “Jacob could have come back,” added Coach George.

Julian Dunn and Zach Kaufman after the game

Julian Dunn and Zach Kaufman after the game

Good to see the players from both teams interacting pleasantly after the game.

Coach George downplayed Julian’s record breaking by saying that, “the type of person he is is even more important as far as I’m concerned.”

Weather was cold but with no wind.

The impending snowstorm led to the game date change.  Coach George broke the news to his team afterwards that there wouldn’t be any school Wednesday.

I continue to be very impressed with the performances of the Newtown dance team and cheerleaders.  Their state-wide recognition is well deserved.

(This blog is easily corrected.  Let me know.)

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Touchdown signaled

Touchdown signaled

halftime show

halftime show

Bryan Acevedo (3) and Ethan Carpenter (1) sky for a pass

Bryan Acevedo (3) and Ethan Carpenter (1) sky for a pass

Nick DeLorenzo (34) breaks free early

Nick DeLorenzo (34) breaks free early

Chris Lindquist

Chris Lindquist

Coach Steve George and Ethan Carpenter

Coach Steve George and Ethan Carpenter

Ethan Carpenter finishes a punt-return touchdown

Ethan Carpenter finishes a punt-return touchdown

jump ball

jump ball

Tim Krapf and Jake Lambert lower the boom on QB Zach Kaufman

Tim Krapf and Jake Lambert lower the boom on QB Zach Kaufman

Hunter Cobb (30) finds daylight

Hunter Cobb (30) finds daylight

Newtown defense makes crucial stop

Newtown defense makes crucial stop

 

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Undefeated Trumbull Wins Masuk Girls Basketball Tournament 43-40

Trumbull – 2011 Masuk Girls Basketball Holiday Tournament Champions

Tourney MVP Alexa Pfohl (1) hits a crucial 3-pointer in the 4th quarter

(Monroe) Undefeated Trumbull (7-0) defeated Masuk (5-3) in the 30th Annual Masuk Girls Basketball Holiday Tournament, 43-40, on Friday night.

This game provided plenty for both sides to cheer about and it wasn’t until Michelle Wu’s last-ditch, 3-point attempt missed that this one was settled.

The Eagles started strong and were up by eleven (24-13) two minutes into the second quarter.  The Panthers rallied all the way back keyed by consecutive treys by Thomese Holman and grabbed a 33-30 lead two minutes into the final period.

A Danielle Adams shot on an inbounds play pushed Masuk further ahead, 38-34, with 4:20 to go.

Michelle Wu (19 points) puts up a jump shot.

The rest of the way Alexa Pfohl put on a performance that rightly earned her tourney MVP.  While Masuk couldn’t buy a basket over the next four minutes, the Eagle junior had a hand in all nine Trumbull points during the same time frame.

After several teammate missed shots, Alexa put in a rebound (Trumbull trails 38-36).  Then she assisted on Dani McGillicuddy’s layup (score tied at 38-38).  Then she drilled a three from the right (Trumbull leads 41-38).

Her next basket was the killer for Masuk.  The Eagles had been killing the clock for a minute plus after Trumbull had gotten the lead.  The Panthers forced the ball out of bounds with twenty-seven seconds left down by three.  The play for Masuk, from in front of the scorer’s table, was to either steal the inbounds pass or foul the pass receiver.  You had to assume that Trumbull would play it safe and try to get the inbounds pass into the hands of their best free throw shooter probably in the backcourt.  Instead, while her teammates stayed at midcourt, Alexa broke for the basket and was totally unguarded.  She was so clear that no Panther had a chance to foul her as she attempted the layup.

That basket gave Trumbull a five-point spread (43-38) with twenty-two seconds left.  Michelle Wu answered with a layup of her own but there just wasn’t enough time after that for Michelle to get a better look at that final 3-point attempt.

Michelle Wu (19 points) was very impressive – quick, smooth, and athletic.  She scored eleven in the 3rd when Masuk recovered from the 11-point deficit.  I thought early on that she was too unselfish opting to pass rather than take the ball to the basket.

The three Pfohl sisters started and all of them can play.  I liked their toughness.

Thomese Holman gets set to fire a 3rd-quarter three

Note my picture of Thomese Holman about to shoot from the corner.  In the stands behind her is Christian Terrell who drilled several long ones from the same area the night before against Norwalk.

Trumbull box score

Masuk box score

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Erin Moore (32) in traffic

Kate OLeary (10)

Michelle Wu (30) in lane

Victoria Pfohl (23) screens for sister Amanda

Alexa Pfohl

Lauren Maile & Michelle Wu

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Norwalk Wins the 2011 Masuk Holiday Boys Basketball Tournament 57-48

Norwalk Bears – 2011 Masuk Holiday Tournament Champions

Christian Terrell (16 points) fires a long one.

(Monroe)  The Norwalk Bears (4-1) ran ten straight points in the third quarter to gain separation from the Masuk Panthers (2-3) and win the Masuk Holiday Tournament, 57-48, on Thursday night at Masuk High School.

The outsized Panthers relied on the long ball and stayed in contention trailing just 31-30 with 5:50 left in the third quarter.  The next 3 ½ minutes the game got away from Masuk.

Rasheen Thompson and Roy Kane got in close for baskets (Roy added a free throw) and then tourney MVP Ra’Von Shular hit from long range and then from medium range.  That offense-from-everywhere gave the Bears the cushion (41-30) they needed.

The Panthers outscored Norwalk, 18-16, the rest of the way but could never get closer than eight points.

Tourney MVP Ra’Von Shular floats in for two of his fifteen points.

Ra’Von Shular was tourney MVP.  He finished with fifteen points against Masuk.  Freshman Roy Kane (6-5) also had fifteen.

In my humble opinion, the MVP in this game was Rasheen Thompson (12 points).  He had five assists (by my count), several steals, and really ran the Norwalk offense.  The senior guard did not have any turnovers despite having the ball often against pressure.

Part of the Masuk struggles came as top scorer Matthew Gerak (22 points in the first round) got into first half foul trouble and seemed to lose the effectiveness he had at the beginning of the game.  He made a couple of baskets late to end up with eleven points.

The long-range shooting of Christian Terrell (four 3’s) kept this one interesting until the Norwalk run.  Christian (16 points) hit several of the treys from in front of the very appreciative Masuk student section.

Norwalk’s four wins are as many as they had all last season.  They appear headed for a very good season.

Norwalk box score

Masuk box score

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Rasheen Thompson & Ra’Von Shular

Christian Terrell (22) & Bobby Stringfellow (4)

Nick Davies (32) & Roy Kane (22)

Masuk coach John DeGennaro

Masuk All-Tourney Nick Davies & Christian Terrell

Rasheem Thompson

Norwalk coach Tom Keyes

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Masuk Captures SouthWest Conference Football Title With 46-7 Win Over Newtown

Newtown pregame banner signifies the stakes versus Masuk on Thanksgiving Eve

Shawn Flynn (10) raises the championship trophy.

(Newtown) Masuk 46 – Newtown 7

You expected otherwise?

A couple of previous scores was all it took to make this first-time viewer suspect accurately how this one would go.  First: last year’s score between these two – Masuk 42 Newtown 0.  Second: This season Newtown lost to Pomperaug (16-7) while Masuk romped, 49-3, against the same opponent.  Other considerations were Masuk’s 55 points per game average (tops in Connecticut) and a twenty-two game winning streak for the Panthers.

As it turned out, the only real surprise was the weather.  The forecast of rain was faulty, which turned out to be a blessing, because the game was switched from Masuk to Newtown’s wonderful turf field.

Masuk (10-0) with the win on Thanksgiving Eve captures the SouthWest Conference crown.  It also qualifies for the Division L playoffs starting next Tuesday.

Newtown (8-2) had qualified for the Division LL playoffs even before the Masuk loss.  They won’t be facing schools the size of Masuk in the postseason.

The Newtown defense shut out Masuk for a quarter which was a season first for the Panthers.

Masuk Quarterback Casey Cochran (12) had excellent protection.

I thought that the Panthers believed that their passing attack, led by all-everything quarterback Casey Cochran, would work.  Not on this day.  The Hawks rushed few but flooded the secondary with defenders.  Completions were few for Casey and his team ended up punting four times in the early going.

The rest of the game the Panthers began to rush more and Thomas Milone (2 touchdowns) and game MVP Colin Markus (2 touchdowns) ran wild.

Thomas was the carrier on counters.  On one his first score, the faking of QB Cochran was so good that Thomas went into the end zone practically unnoticed by the Newtown defense.

Colin Markus (32) with last Newtown defender Dan Hebert.

Colin was a Hawk problem from everywhere, as he frequently broke the line of scrimmage and got into the Newtown secondary.  There were way too many instances of him being tackled by safeties.  He also set up the Panther TD just before the half, taking a short pass from Casey Cochran and turning it into a 71-yard gain.

The key play of this game could well have been the Newtown turnover (pick-six) in the second quarter.  Down, 6-0, QB Andrew Tarantino tried a middle screen.  As my picture shows, Panther defender Pat Tripodi had a great look at it.  He intercepted the underthrown pass and was immediately off to the end zone 43 yards away.

Newtown’s shining moment was first possession in the second half. Trailing, 19-0, they put a 16-play, 79-yard drive together to close to 19-7.  Dan Hebert, set up in Wildcat formation, found Julian Dunn wide open in the middle for the score.

The momentum quickly shifted back to Masuk.  They reached pay dirt 1 ½ minutes later and never looked back.

Nate Coleman (11) heads for a “pick six” as Brian Monaco (95) blocks.

Late in the game, Panther defender Nate Coleman had a “pick-six” racing 65 yards.  He got a good block from Brian Monaco to send him on his way.

Masuk’s last score came with seven minutes to go.  The only “worry” thereafter was the 50-point rule (Cochran Rule).  Surely Jack Cochran (Casey’s father) was in the house.

Jack Cochran won eight titles coaching in Connecticut.  He picked up some heavy slack along the way, especially in 2005, when his team won four games by more than fifty points including a 90-0 score over Griswold.  Hence the rule.

Casey Cochran committed to UConn in August after being courted by a number of prominent schools including Boston College.  Casey’s plan is to graduate from Masuk in December and start at UConn in January.

Casey Cochran

Casey was Connecticut’s Gatorade Player of the Year last year and should get that award again after this season.  He holds the Connecticut career records in passing yards, completions, and touchdown passes.

Casey played for his father as a freshman at New London.  When his father was fired, they moved to Monroe where Casey has played, and set records, for the past three seasons.

Masuk is ranked second in Division L behind undefeated Hand of Madison.

Newtown’s Lou Fenaroli set a school record 1,598 rushing yards.  He led the SWC in rushing.

Another key to the Masuk win was the way they contained the Hawk running game.  Lou Fenaroli was only able to get 59 yards in 19 carries.  Denied the balance of a strong running game, the Hawks were forced to pass to get anywhere.  The chant from the Panther side of, “You’re no Casey,” directed Newtown QB Andrew Tarantino, was accurate.

Newtown’s turf field was terrific.  The stadium was packed on a very brisk evening.  The lighting on the field was about as good as it gets.

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Andrew Tarantino (4)

Masuk coach John Murphy

Colin Markus

Thomas Milone

Lou Fenaroli (44) follows blocker Dan Hebert (7)

Pat Tripodi (30) with second quarter “pick six.”

Thomas Milone (22) with blocker Eric Tucker (66)

Masuk defenders break up pass.

Julian Dunn (15) scores the Newtown touchdown

Thomas Milone (22) falls into the end zone on Andrew Cebry (14) as Nick Plescia (58) watches.

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Jalen Graham (21 points) leads Masuk by Norwalk 47-38 in tourney title game

Jalen dribbles through the legs of Carlos Gomez.

(Monroe CT)  Sometimes a tourney MVP award takes some figuring.  Not so in the 2010 Masuk Holiday Tournament.

Jalen Graham was clearly the best player on the floor as Masuk (5-0) defeated Norwalk (1-4), 47-38, in the championship game of the Masuk Holiday Tournament on Thursday afternoon at Masuk High School.

The 5-11 senior tallied twenty-one points but those numbers only begin to tell the story of his value to the still undefeated Panthers in this game.

I saw steals, blocked shots, and his being the primary ball-handler versus full court pressure as added plusses.

Anthony DeLorenzo (5 points) puts up a second half free throw for Masuk.

Both teams had played, and won, yesterday so you knew going in that things would get ragged…….and they did.  The shooting seemed most effected.  The teams combined for a pathetic 6-for-34 from long range.  That 17% for those of you without calculators!

The poor shooting kept any sort of sustained offense to a minimum.  In fact in this game there was only one major run and that was a 12-point run by Masuk in the first four minutes of the 3rd quarter.  Jalen (the MVP) was all over that game-changing run.

Let’s unwrap that run.  Jabari Dear opened the 3rd quarter with a layup for Norwalk to make the score Masuk 21, Norwalk 18.  Then came Jalen: assist on a Glenn Taylor layup, layup on his own, assist on another Glenn Taylor layup, layup on his own after making a steal, layup by Nick Davies, a layup on his own.  There’re your twelve unanswered points as Norwalk had four turnovers and five missed shots while this happened.

Jalen faces double teaming by Ra’Von Shular and Rasheen Thompson (#3)

This super stretch gave the Panthers a 33-18 lead midway through the third quarter.  The Bears couldn’t generate enough sustained offense to get all the way back.  They did close to 43-38 with 1 ½ minutes left but didn’t score again after that.

Norwalk started slow (down 8-3) but went on a 9-1 stretch to gain a 14-11 lead early in the second period.  Then the MVP sparked a 6-point run with a layup and an assist on Matthew Gerak’s layup.  This gave Masuk the lead (17-16) and they never trailed again.

Another MVP moment came after Masuk suffered a major scoring drought late in the 3rd quarter into the 4th.  How bad was the drought?  6 ½ minutes long.  Nine missed shots and five turnovers.

Norwalk managed to put together seven points during the same segment to narrow things to 38-30 with 5:15 left.  Who would step up to stop the run?  You guessed it.  This time it was a drive that had Jalen slice through, by my count, three Bear defenders.

The Masuk defense kept Norwalk on the perimeter most of the time.  A jump shooting team with tired legs is never good.

Delshaun Wilson (14) hit a couple of long shots and led the Bear scorers.

Glenn Taylor added 10 points for Masuk getting himself on the scoring end of some of Jalen’s passes.

Referee cools off two players.

One of the two referees had nearly everyone’s attention by the time the game was over.  I highly approved of his performance.  I should have guessed his style by the military crew cut.

Anyhow, he first took on a group of Masuk students who had obviously offered him some “suggestions.”  He confronted the students and told them emphatically to stop.  They did.

Later a couple of players were getting more physical then they should and instead of whistling fouls he brought them together.  They were to shake hands or face the alternative.  They shook hands.

The best was last when from across the court he told complaining Norwalk coach Bobby Trimboli to sit down.  (Where did he get the authority to do that?)  When the Norwalk coach asked for an explanation the referee stayed

Coach Bobby Trimboli seeks an explanation.

across the court and again told the coach to sit down.  Coach Trimboli did sit down probably thinking that the referee would come over and give some sort of explanation if he did.  He didn’t. I was trying to imagine Bobby Knight in the same situation!

I came away very impressed with Jalen Graham.  His ability to handle the ball, defend, and get to the basket were eye-catching.  He looked, to me, to be a player who could hold his own at the next level.

(I keep my own stats.  I take my own pictures.  The comments are my own opinions.  Any errors are unintentional.)

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