Pfloyd's Elite 8 of Southern/SouthEast Ohio Week #3

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Re: Pfloyd's Elite 8 of Southern/SouthEast Ohio Week #3

Postby Phoenix31 » Tue Dec 20, 2016 10:32 pm

pfloyd wrote:... when Waterford lost at Portsmouth - they still had 2 starters in dress clothes ...which had 2 role players taking over starting roles... which meant Waterford had very little coming off the bench ... PHS got a bump with the "W" but I did not send Waterford crashing with that loss ... the H2O guyz are loaded with proven talent from last years Convo run team ... the Elite 8 are the Elite 8 for a reason - I KNOW those teams , I KNOW what they have returning, I have SEEN what they have returning ... Waterford deserves to be there ...


I am not questioning Waterford's ranking.

I am questioning how low you have Portsmouth and Coal Grove.....especially since Portsmouth just went cold in the 4th quarter with a lead against Coal Grove.

Portsmouth should be in the Top 15.



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Re: Pfloyd's Elite 8 of Southern/SouthEast Ohio Week #3

Postby pfloyd » Tue Dec 20, 2016 10:51 pm

... they lost to #44 ... they're not top 15 - yet ... they have lots of time to move up ...

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Re: Pfloyd's Elite 8 of Southern/SouthEast Ohio Week #3

Postby bbjunky81 » Wed Dec 21, 2016 12:02 am

js7_22 wrote:#27 Notre Dame travels to #15 Western and wins 66-54.
#18 East gets blown out by #14 Eastern 79-64
#19 Clay blows out #63 Green 74-45

South Webster some how lets go of a 10 point lead to lose by 9 to Oak Hill. I still think Webster is the top dog in that sectional. Them and Eastern would be a great game.


They "somehow" lost an 8 point lead by not handling pressure. Turnovers and excellent 3 point shooting by Waverly won them the game.

I think we're all seeing that the top of the SOC 2 is better than most expected. South Webster, Waverly, Wheelersburg, and Oak Hill are all very solid and can beat each other on any given night --- especially at home. If Waverly can force turnovers, they're really good.

South Webster will be fine. They are very well coached and just have some kinks to work through. A loss on the road against a 5-1 Waverly team isn't exactly some horrendous season ending loss. They'll be much better the next time they see Waverly.

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Re: Pfloyd's Elite 8 of Southern/SouthEast Ohio Week #3

Postby Phoenix31 » Wed Dec 21, 2016 11:12 am

pfloyd wrote:... they lost to #44 ... they're not top 15 - yet ... they have lots of time to move up ...


I see.

Give Waterford a pass, but not Portsmouth.

Gotcha.

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Postby Chieftain2009 » Wed Dec 21, 2016 11:14 am

Phoenix31 wrote:
pfloyd wrote:... they lost to #44 ... they're not top 15 - yet ... they have lots of time to move up ...


I see.

Give Waterford a pass, but not Portsmouth.

Gotcha.


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Postby formerfcfan » Wed Dec 21, 2016 11:35 am

Phoenix31 wrote:
pfloyd wrote:... they lost to #44 ... they're not top 15 - yet ... they have lots of time to move up ...


I see.

Give Waterford a pass, but not Portsmouth.

Gotcha.

Heard the Portsmouth kids can't sleep at night because of this.
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Re: Pfloyd's Elite 8 of Southern/SouthEast Ohio Week #3

Postby bbjunky81 » Wed Dec 21, 2016 11:44 am

formerfcfan wrote:
Phoenix31 wrote:
pfloyd wrote:... they lost to #44 ... they're not top 15 - yet ... they have lots of time to move up ...


I see.

Give Waterford a pass, but not Portsmouth.

Gotcha.

Heard the Portsmouth kids can't sleep at night because of this.



Portsmouth also loses to Coal Grove, who is young/rebuilding and frankly not very good this year, but Phoenix believes one key win should propel them into the top 15. Brilliant!

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Postby white thunder » Wed Dec 21, 2016 12:36 pm

Fairfield Leesburg 60-37 win over North Adams.

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Postby Prime Time » Wed Dec 21, 2016 2:21 pm

Pfloyd you are the best ambassador of basketball ever. Love what you do and continue the great work. Merry Christmas to you and a healthy New Year.

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Postby Prime Time » Wed Dec 21, 2016 2:22 pm

Waterford will be fine. When it's all said and done they will be a hard out.

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Postby pfloyd » Wed Dec 21, 2016 2:44 pm

Prime Time wrote:Pfloyd you are the best ambassador of basketball ever. Love what you do and continue the great work. Merry Christmas to you and a healthy New Year.


... thank you for the kind words Prime Time (your check will be in the mail LOL) ... I agree on Waterford - too much talent on that team to NOT get it done again this season ... I have talked to coaches of teams who play the H2O boyz - every single one of them have nothing but praise for the kids of Waterford ... a key thing I noticed when I talk with opponent coaches of Waterford is that each coach has a different take as to which Waterford player hurts THEM the most imo THAT says a lot about the Waterford TEAM - that on any given night, any one of those kids delivers depending on what the opponent tries to take away - Coach Simms' boyz have an answer - someone different steps up , and from my own "eye tests" there is a lot of individual talent on that team both starting and as role players ...

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Postby LetsGoPSU » Wed Dec 21, 2016 2:44 pm

The Trojans have plenty of time to make a jump, Just have to play hard and get wins, Im fine with where they are right now, its a long season and Im looking for improvement each week. Go Trojans

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Postby mrwonderful » Wed Dec 21, 2016 2:51 pm

Portsmouth will be lucky to be in the top 4 of the OVC alone in my opinion.....I actually don't even see them as an above average team.....I've been wrong before but I'd put Portsmouth as mid-level team at best..... As the weeks go on we'll get a better indication on where everyone belongs...I've changed my mind on a few teams only 3 weeks into season. I'm sure i'll change my mind again as more games are played and we get more looks and game comparisons....

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Re: Pfloyd's Elite 8 of Southern/SouthEast Ohio Week #3

Postby pfloyd » Wed Dec 21, 2016 3:22 pm

Phoenix31 wrote:
pfloyd wrote:... they lost to #44 ... they're not top 15 - yet ... they have lots of time to move up ...


I see.

Give Waterford a pass, but not Portsmouth.

Gotcha.


... it's not about giving one team a pass and one not ... Portsmouth has to prove they can hold leads, shoot the 3 pointer (which apparently they did not in the game vs Coal Grove) - PHS did not shoot the 3 pointer well vs Waterford either ... the Trojans have to beat a #44 ranked team - they did not ... PHS beat Waterford - Waterford was down 2 key players and still built a double digit lead that PHS over took in the 2nd half - I saw it , I was there ... I've also seen 18 of my top 24 teams ... 12 of my top 15 teams if you consider that Fairland is the exact same team with a years experience that Coach Speed had last year you can make that 13 of the top 15 ... Portsmouth is not at this time a top 15 team imo ... the teams in red I have not seen THIS year - doesn't mean I don't know them Lynchburg Clay (although losing last night by 2 points to Eastern Brown) has 3 returning starters from the final 4 team of last year ... Oak Hill, Western Pike, Waverly, South Webster I have not seen as yet - I will put eyes on Waverly, Piketon, Western Pike & again Eastern Pike next Thursday at the Pike County Holiday Tourney in Waverly ... I will get to compare what these teams bring to the court as compared to the other top teams ... you can call it whatever YOU want - even WITH a win over Coal Grove - Portsmouth doesn't fit into top 15 based on what I have seen ...

1. Fairland (4-0)
2. Vinton County (4-0)
3. Fairfield Union (3-0)
4. Miami Trace (5-1)
5. Warren (3-0)
6. Unioto (4-1)
7. Waterford (2-1)
8. Lynchburg Clay (4-0)


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Athens (4-1)
Marietta (3-1)
Logan (2-1)
Logan Elm (3-1)
Sheridan (4-1)
Eastern Pike (4-1)
Western Pike (4-0)
Chillicothe (2-3)
Oak Hill (5-0)
Portsmouth East (2-1)
Portsmouth Clay (4-2)
20 Waverly (4-1)

South Point (5-1)
South Webster (4-2)
Portsmouth (1-1)
Washington CH (4-1)


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Re: Pfloyd's Elite 8 of Southern/SouthEast Ohio Week #3

Postby Prime Time » Wed Dec 21, 2016 5:56 pm

I think Eastern Pike has one of top coachs in Ohio Tom Barrick. eagles will be a force come tourney time. Waterford vs Eastern Pike. A battle of the best.

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Postby Prime Time » Wed Dec 21, 2016 5:57 pm

Also Stormin Norman will have the Oaks at the top of SOC. they are the real deal

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Postby Prime Time » Wed Dec 21, 2016 5:59 pm

another oberservation that Logan, Athens, Marietta all should be ahead of Waterford thou

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Postby Prime Time » Wed Dec 21, 2016 6:14 pm

Pfloyd. , Howie will surprise everyone this year. I look for the Trimble five to split with Waterford, Just saying.

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Postby Prime Time » Wed Dec 21, 2016 6:18 pm

Pfloyd. , Howie will surprise everyone this year. I look for the Trimble five to split with Waterford, Just saying.

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Postby Prime Time » Wed Dec 21, 2016 6:21 pm

OVC. Fair land by a landslide, Portsmouth will be lucky to in top 40-45 by end of year, ironton maybe 500, just a weak league this year. south Point upside if players kept under control. overall a one horse league, with all 500 or sub 500. soc. oak Hill, Waverly, South Webster, Minford, Wheelersburg, Valley

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Re: Pfloyd's Elite 8 of Southern/SouthEast Ohio Week #3

Postby Falcon01 » Wed Dec 21, 2016 8:49 pm

Phoenix31 wrote:
pfloyd wrote:... they lost to #44 ... they're not top 15 - yet ... they have lots of time to move up ...


I see.

Give Waterford a pass, but not Portsmouth.

Gotcha.


Idea, start another thread and do your own rankings...

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Postby 93Bulldog » Wed Dec 21, 2016 9:16 pm

I must say, its a brutal stretch for the Alexander Spartans ...

Marietta 57-49 L ... strong D2 team
Wellston 39-30 W
at Meigs 53-50 L ... winners of three in a row
Trimble 50-31 W ... was unbeaten at the time
at Athens 39-26 L ... D2 (5-1) team
at Warren ... D2 undefeated
at Oak Hill ... D3 undefeated
at Minford ... D3 (3-2)

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Re: Pfloyd's Elite 8 of Southern/SouthEast Ohio Week #3

Postby Phoenix31 » Wed Dec 21, 2016 10:18 pm

It's so great to be back to stir the pot.

All Hail, Tobias!

When Portsmouth learns to play as a team, watch out!

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Postby Prime Time » Thu Dec 22, 2016 6:11 am

Chillicothe Maughmer is the real deal and probably a legit athlete in multiple sports. A natural hard nosed ,smart athlete. He's the best hardnosed ,athletic , court sense in all Southern Ohio, Lutz Athens would also be included. Two talented players pfloyd.

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Re: Pfloyd's Elite 8 of Southern/SouthEast Ohio Week #3

Postby js7_22 » Thu Dec 22, 2016 2:30 pm

bbjunky81 wrote:
js7_22 wrote:#27 Notre Dame travels to #15 Western and wins 66-54.
#18 East gets blown out by #14 Eastern 79-64
#19 Clay blows out #63 Green 74-45

South Webster some how lets go of a 10 point lead to lose by 9 to Oak Hill. I still think Webster is the top dog in that sectional. Them and Eastern would be a great game.


They "somehow" lost an 8 point lead by not handling pressure. Turnovers and excellent 3 point shooting by Waverly won them the game.

I think we're all seeing that the top of the SOC 2 is better than most expected. South Webster, Waverly, Wheelersburg, and Oak Hill are all very solid and can beat each other on any given night --- especially at home. If Waverly can force turnovers, they're really good.

South Webster will be fine. They are very well coached and just have some kinks to work through. A loss on the road against a 5-1 Waverly team isn't exactly some horrendous season ending loss. They'll be much better the next time they see Waverly.


"Somehow" they lost, those are my words, thanks for the correction. South Webster blew a large enough lead that ended up being flipped. You don't lead into the 3rd quarter by 8 only to get the table flipped on you. Defense needs to step up if it wants to have the gold ball brought to SW.

After seeing Oak Hill's well oiled machine operate, it'll be tough for anyone to beat them in the SOC 2, which results in a fun season to watch. Burg, SW and Waverly will have to step it up and play well night after night, one slip up could cost them the league.

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Re: Pfloyd's Elite 8 of Southern/SouthEast Ohio Week #3

Postby bbjunky81 » Thu Dec 22, 2016 2:35 pm

js7_22 wrote:
bbjunky81 wrote:
js7_22 wrote:#27 Notre Dame travels to #15 Western and wins 66-54.
#18 East gets blown out by #14 Eastern 79-64
#19 Clay blows out #63 Green 74-45

South Webster some how lets go of a 10 point lead to lose by 9 to Oak Hill. I still think Webster is the top dog in that sectional. Them and Eastern would be a great game.


They "somehow" lost an 8 point lead by not handling pressure. Turnovers and excellent 3 point shooting by Waverly won them the game.

I think we're all seeing that the top of the SOC 2 is better than most expected. South Webster, Waverly, Wheelersburg, and Oak Hill are all very solid and can beat each other on any given night --- especially at home. If Waverly can force turnovers, they're really good.

South Webster will be fine. They are very well coached and just have some kinks to work through. A loss on the road against a 5-1 Waverly team isn't exactly some horrendous season ending loss. They'll be much better the next time they see Waverly.


"Somehow" they lost, those are my words, thanks for the correction. South Webster blew a large enough lead that ended up being flipped. You don't lead into the 3rd quarter by 8 only to get the table flipped on you. Defense needs to step up if it wants to have the gold ball brought to SW.

After seeing Oak Hill's well oiled machine operate, it'll be tough for anyone to beat them in the SOC 2, which results in a fun season to watch. Burg, SW and Waverly will have to step it up and play well night after night, one slip up could cost them the league.


It's not hard to blow a lead when you don't handle pressure / the opposing team shoots well from 3. Correct, that's way too many points to give up, but SW's defense has been pretty good all season. I believe they're holding opponents to 40 or less points a game, including holding Minford to 33 and Burg to 35.

The Jeeps weren't the favorites coming in, that would be Wheelersburg. Now it seems Oak Hill is the favorite. However, most teams still have 10 or 11 SOC Matches yet to go so who knows who will be the team to beat by years end. Could be any of the top 4, and I fully expect Minford to knock one of those off by years end.

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Re: Pfloyd's Elite 8 of Southern/SouthEast Ohio Week #3

Postby Skiisme » Thu Dec 22, 2016 6:04 pm

I see all the time people talking about the best point guards in our area. Most of the time I fail to see one name mentioned. Tristan Bartoe of Vinton County. Probably one of the hardest working and physical players you will see. Unselfish with the ball and closing in on a 1000 points. Just want to give him a shout out!! He, along with all the other boys, makes VC a fun team to watch.

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Postby thebarlowbandit » Thu Dec 22, 2016 11:04 pm

Smeltzy wrote:FU has a TOUGH 4 game stretch there where they could possibly even fall out of the top 8 if things don't go well. I'm still not sure why FU is playing at Logan again when they played there last year. It should have been home this time. We ll see how things pan out. I haven't seen them play yet but hear that they have been very inconsistent so far and are not very deep yet. Yet, 3-0 is a good start with a win over Watterson and Logan Elm, so what do I know?



Isn't the DII Sectional at Logan? That could be why.

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Re: Pfloyd's Elite 8 of Southern/SouthEast Ohio Week #3

Postby brown22 » Fri Dec 23, 2016 1:14 pm

I'm not sure if Unioto is a top 10 team in SEO this year. Still a lot of basketball to be played and I may be totally wrong but they lost a lot of talent from last year and I'm not sure the SVC is as strong as some of the other conferences.
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Postby pfloyd » Fri Dec 23, 2016 2:15 pm

brown22 wrote:I'm not sure if Unioto is a top 10 team in SEO this year. Still a lot of basketball to be played and I may be totally wrong but they lost a lot of talent from last year and I'm not sure the SVC is as strong as some of the other conferences.



... brown22 - I'll get to see the Shermans again next Tuesday night as the entertain Fairfield Union at the U ... Coach Hoops definitely lost a boat load of key players last year Hosley inside and Cole Cottrill on the perimeter are definitely key players gone to graduation but he also returned a great deal of talent all across the floor - PG Logan Swackhammer,Brandon Kennedy, Gabe Fisher, Peyton Hill, Casey White, Gavin Ogan, Clay Edler ALL had major varsity minutes in the last 2 years of Unioto success both regular season and in the post season ...

... Unioto lost to Logan in game one which I would have predicted as the U was searching for "roles" ...last night UHS lost to a very good Wilmington team on the road ... leadership, discipline on the floor , defined roles are still an issue with the U ... you're right in that to be a top 10 team at some point a team has to get it done on the court ... I'll see where they stand based on a comparison from the opening night at Logan to Tuesday vs FU ...


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Postby Oaktown » Fri Dec 23, 2016 6:57 pm

Skiisme wrote:I see all the time people talking about the best point guards in our area. Most of the time I fail to see one name mentioned. Tristan Bartoe of Vinton County. Probably one of the hardest working and physical players you will see. Unselfish with the ball and closing in on a 1000 points. Just want to give him a shout out!! He, along with all the other boys, makes VC a fun team to watch.


I couldn't agree with this more. I've watched Bartoe play since he was in the 3rd grade. He was always ahead of the curve, but once his body caught up to his skill set he went to another level.

Another point guard mention should be Landon Carroll for Oak Hill. He has the ability to score on you at will by penetrating or dropping a trey in your eye. He could be scoring 30+ a night, but plays very unselfish in a very team driven Norm Persin offense. Throw in another 10+ assists a night and 5-10 boards, he's one of the best in Southern Ohio that doesn't get much recognition.

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Postby brown22 » Fri Dec 23, 2016 8:23 pm

pfloyd wrote:
brown22 wrote:I'm not sure if Unioto is a top 10 team in SEO this year. Still a lot of basketball to be played and I may be totally wrong but they lost a lot of talent from last year and I'm not sure the SVC is as strong as some of the other conferences.



... brown22 - I'll get to see the Shermans again next Tuesday night as the entertain Fairfield Union at the U ... Coach Hoops definitely lost a boat load of key players last year Hosley inside and Cole Cottrill on the perimeter are definitely key players gone to graduation but he also returned a great deal of talent all across the floor - PG Logan Swackhammer,Brandon Kennedy, Gabe Fisher, Peyton Hill, Casey White, Gavin Ogan, Clay Edler ALL had major varsity minutes in the last 2 years of Unioto success both regular season and in the post season ...

... Unioto lost to Logan in game one which I would have predicted as the U was searching for "roles" ...last night UHS lost to a very good Wilmington team on the road ... leadership, discipline on the floor , defined roles are still an issue with the U ... you're right in that to be a top 10 team at some point a team has to get it done on the court ... I'll see where they stand based on a comparison from the opening night at Logan to Tuesday vs FU ...


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If anyone would know it's you floyd. There is A lot of good teams out there and I know the U lost some key players from last year, wasn't sure if they have the firepower this year. Still a lot of ball left and we will learn more as the year goes on.
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Re: Pfloyd's Elite 8 of Southern/SouthEast Ohio Week #3

Postby pfloyd » Fri Dec 23, 2016 10:26 pm

Logan 51
Fairfield Union 44 a final ...



... what a great game to watch from the Cheap Seats !!! if you like defense THIS was a gem to watch - wow - what a great total game on the defensive end by the Purple & White of Logan - outstanding ... every player did what needed to be done to take away the strengths that FU brings to every game they play - inside strength, perimeter scoring along with getting to the basket off the dribble - Logan took ALL of that away tonight ... Colin Woodside was minimized as much as you can a 6-6 Big ... every touch he got down low he was immediately double teamed /before he could square up - very few chances to get into the paint ... Kory Henthorne did a "line mans" job down low, using his own strength to "push" Woodside out on the floor off the blocks - pushing Woodside out forced him to have to put the ball on the floor ( and we know what happens when a big needs to put the ball on the floor - the size advantage is nullified as seemingly at least 4 hands were on the ball ... outstanding to watch the inside defensive TEAM effort by Logan ... 2nd factor to Logan defensive success tonight, as good as the inside D was - the perimeter defense was its equal - the perimeter players gave FU's shooters - Thompson, Price, Miller,Conrad - nothing, no open looks ... FU ended with 5 threes which was matched by Logan's 4 treys ... which left the game to be decided by Points in the Paint & FreeThrow Shooting BOTH were won by the Chiefs tonight - Logan was 13/14 from the FT line while FU went 11/17 from the charity stripe ... Points in the Paint : Logan 20 PntP & FU was held to 16 ... Logan +4 on PntP Logan +2 in FTs ... I was impressed as both teams were under 10 TOs on the game with Logan at 7 & FU with 8 ... Logan had an answer for every Falcon run tonight - a stop on defense each time kept FU one possession away from getting a lead and allowed Logan to open up 5-7 point leads in crucial 4th quarter moments ... Great game by both teams !!! ... Logan 51 Fairfield Union 44 a final ...


... Pfloyd's Official "unofficial" Napkin Stats - Fairfield Union ...

Scoring ... Hayden Price 13, Colin Woodside 9, Luke Thompson 7, Brad Miller 6, Spencer Conrad 5, Jack Woolshire 2, Will Ogg 2
3Pointers ... 5/18 ... Brad Miller 2, Hayden Price 2, Lucas Thompson 1
FT's ......... 11/17
TOs ......... 8
PntP ........ 16
Transition Points ... 2



,,, Pfloyd's Official "unofficial" Napkin Stats - Logan ...

Scoring ... Caleb Bell 14, Bo Myers 13, Caiden Landis 10, Coby Bell 6, Kory Henthorne 4, Wes Brooks 2, Colton Dixon 2
3pointers ... 4/16 .... Coby Bell 2, Caleb Bell 1, Bo Myers 1
FT's ......... 13/14 ... the last 11 points were from the line (Caleb Bell 7/8 in the 4th qtr)
TOs ......... 7
PntP ........ 20
Points in Transition
... 2



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Re: Pfloyd's Elite 8 of Southern/SouthEast Ohio Week #3

Postby Orange and Brown » Fri Dec 23, 2016 10:41 pm

Now the big question! How far does FU drop and how far does Logan climb?
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Re: Pfloyd's Elite 8 of Southern/SouthEast Ohio Week #3

Postby noreply66 » Fri Dec 23, 2016 10:54 pm

Fairfield Union, Miami Trace and Unioto fell this week
I can see Unioto falling out and Logan going to 8th


What has to be looked at is the teams Logan will be playing on down the line. Going into the top 8 might be their last chance after this game.
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