Warren 78 Marietta 61

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Warren 78 Marietta 61

Postby hoopsfan » Wed Jan 11, 2017 7:24 am

In the rematch of an 85-82 Warrior victory earlier in the season, the Warriors won round two at home. The game was close early, but a 15-2 Warren second quarter advantage gave the Warriors command. The lead stayed at 10 or more the rest of the game. The Warriors used a balanced attack with Chase Weihl scoring 20 points with 10 rebounds. Kyler Dennis had 19 points and 4 assists. Bishop Ford scored 16 points with 8 rebounds and Bryce Gandee scored 10 points. Marietta was led by Zack Deskins with 15 points, Turner Hill and Isaac Danford with 12 each, and Travis Moore with 10 pts and 7 rebounds.

The Warriors had 3 three point goals from Dennis, 2 from Ford, and 2 from Gandee.
The Tigers had 2 three point goals from Hill, Danford, and Deskins.

For the game, the Warriors shot 29 of 50 and the Tigers shot 21 of 66.

The Warriors now stand 8-2 with both losses coming to Meadowbrook.
The Tigers now stand 5-4 with losses to Warren twice, Meadowbrook, and Cambridge.



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Re: Warren 78 Marietta 61

Postby VisionQuest » Wed Jan 11, 2017 10:03 am

hoopsfan wrote:In the rematch of an 85-82 Warrior victory earlier in the season, the Warriors won round two at home. The game was close early, but a 15-2 Warren second quarter advantage gave the Warriors command. The lead stayed at 10 or more the rest of the game. The Warriors used a balanced attack with Chase Weihl scoring 20 points with 10 rebounds. Kyler Dennis had 19 points and 4 assists. Bishop Ford scored 16 points with 8 rebounds and Bryce Gandee scored 10 points. Marietta was led by Zack Deskins with 15 points, Turner Hill and Isaac Danford with 12 each, and Travis Moore with 10 pts and 7 rebounds.

The Warriors had 3 three point goals from Dennis, 2 from Ford, and 2 from Gandee.
The Tigers had 2 three point goals from Hill, Danford, and Deskins.

For the game, the Warriors shot 29 of 50 and the Tigers shot 21 of 66.

The Warriors now stand 8-2 with both losses coming to Meadowbrook.
The Tigers now stand 5-4 with losses to Warren twice, Meadowbrook, and Cambridge.
Thanks for the rundown. Seems like Kyler Dennis is getting "Hot" recently. Wiehl
Is being his usual self and Bishop Ford is consistent. Where was Huffman tonight??...He is usually good for 12-20 points and over 10 Rebounds a game...

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Re: Warren 78 Marietta 61

Postby Cheekers » Wed Jan 11, 2017 1:56 pm

Huffman had 9 points and 8 rebounds. Was in foul trouble all night.

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Re: Warren 78 Marietta 61

Postby VisionQuest » Wed Jan 11, 2017 2:06 pm

Cheekers wrote:Huffman had 9 points and 8 rebounds. Was in foul trouble all night.

That certainly explains it...Another name I see a-lot is Gandee...Warren has a-lot of Weapons-comparable to VC-and Coaching equally Comparable...Going to make for an Exciting D-2 Sectional-Especially When you add some potential Spoilers in there...So much talent right now in SE OHIO and for years to Come...


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