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dave mosbey

Heritage Hills 9-1 at Gibson Southern 5-2

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This is the 45th meeting between Heritage Hills and Gibson Southern and the series is tied 22-22, This is  a huge game as far as the PAC race is concerned  between two teams that seem evenly matched.

Heritage is rated 48th by Sagarin  and Gibson Southern is rated 58th the Titans have the 56th rated schedule and Patriots 148th rated schedule.

John Harrell has Gibson Southern winning 56-52 and after figuring in the home court advantage Sagarin has Gibson favored by .82 points.

 

Heritage Hills is led by 6'4" Sophomore Murray Becher  averaging 20.3 ppg, , 6'2" sophomore Simon Scherry  averages 13.4 ppg and 6'7" Freshman Blake Sisley averages 11.3 ppg.

Who are the top players for Gibson Southern  besides Obermeier ???

 

The matchup  between Obermeier and Sisley  is a interesting one Obermeir has a big advantage  in experience and I would guess big advantage in strength  but Sisley is a above average ball handler and above average shooter for a big man  Sisley is 4 out of 8 on 3 point attempts and 25 out of 37 at the free throw line including 10 out of 12 against South Spencer. We have a second 6'7"   guy that has 1½ years starting experience but missed the first 3 games that backs up Sisley and at times plays at the same time.

 

Cade Jones usually defends the opponents top player but at 6'0" I doubt he will be guarding Obermeir so will likely defend the Titans top guard. 

 

 

 

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23 hours ago, Titan32 said:

I tried Digital Scout, scorebook and Max Preps all 3 and could only find partial stats.

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16 hours ago, dave mosbey said:

I tried Digital Scout, scorebook and Max Preps all 3 and could only find partial stats.

I did too.  Kinda surprised they don't put them up there in at least one of those places.

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Gibson wins 58-56, Titans led by 18 points in the 4th quarter before HH made it interesting. Patriots were obviously frustrated by the deliberate offense but going to have to get use to it .

Simon Scherry led HH with 15 points, Murray Becher was held to 2 points for 3½ quarters before exploding at the end and finishing with 12 points, Mitchel Becher and Blake  Sisley each had 9 points, Cade Jones 6 and Carter Meunier 5.

 

HH JV wins 57-49 Patriot JV improves to 8-0 and Varsity falls to 9-2. .

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Sounds like another quarter sleepwalking for HH - 4 pts in the 3rd.  Can’t beat very many teams like that.

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2 hours ago, Captain Cabinets said:

Sounds like another quarter sleepwalking for HH - 4 pts in the 3rd.  Can’t beat very many teams like that.

This game was similar to  Crawford County  we scored just 2 points in the 3rd that game, Both games our opponent played slowdown , packed in a zone and played physical     the big difference between the two games is CC the refs were calling the game tight and this one they were letting big time contact go , If your opponent is throwing elbows going to the basket you need to do the same or your in for a long night..

We need to learn adapt to the situation  because I'm sure were going to see a bunch of slowdown and physical zones  and when that happens if the refs are letting the contact go we need to match what our opponent gives.

One thing I do love about this team is they play best in the 4th quarter both our losses we came from behind in the 4th and majority of wins broke open tight games in the 4th something rare for young teams.

 

Murray has found his 3 ball he's something like 9 out of 12 last 6 games after only having 1 three pointer the first 4 games and he's clutch for a sophomore, Last night he was limited to 4 points and something like 3 shots for 3½ quarters and the final 4 minutes scored 10 points fouled on 3 twice and hit 5 of 6 free throws  plus had a 3 and a 2.

 

In the long run games like these will help the team grow and continue to get better, Need to get back at it against Washington tonight.

 

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Almost forgot the Titans gained the John Harrell Mythical traveling trophy with the win.

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3 hours ago, dave mosbey said:

Almost forgot the Titans gained the John Harrell Mythical traveling trophy with the win.

Looks like it belongs to Memorial now.

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