Game Stats

2003-2004 Parchment Varsity Basketball Game #5

NOTE: The stats below were taken from the Kalamazoo Gazette and mlive.com.

Individual Statistics


Player Pts
#11     3   
#13     15
#15     4
#21     0 
#23     3 
#25     0  
#31     6 
#33     10
#35     0  
#41     4
#43     0

Article from the Battlecreek Enquirer

Friday, December 19, 2003

Upcoming Games: Pennfield will travel to Parchment tonight and participate in the holiday event at Kellogg Arena, facing Homer. Scouting report: Parchment is the cream of the KVA right now. Parchment has solid wins over Paw Paw and Delton. Parchment features a pair of sophomores in Austin Patton and Alex Wolf. Patton is 6-6 and scored 24 points against Delton.

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PENNFIELD 58, PARCHMENT 45: At Parchment, if you live by the 3, you can die with it as the host Panthers found out. Parchment led 29-24 at the half, but fizzled over the final two quarters. Parchment was 0-for-16 from 3-point range in the second half (4-for-27 overall) and didn't attempt a free throw all night. Alex Wolf had 15 points and Austin Patton 10 for Parchment (2-3, 2-1). Seth Badger led the winners with 16 points.

Pennfield comes back for win

By The Battlecreek Enquirer

Saturday, December 20, 2003

PARCHMENT - Trailing by five at halftime, Pennfield coach Chuck Miknis and his staff decided to go with a different defensive approach on Parchment sophomore point guard Alex Wolf. The result worked out beautifully as Pennfield's Phil Owen shut down Wolf in the second half and the Panthers earned a 58-45 victory on the road.

"Phil Owen really took over," Miknis said of Owen, who didn't score. "If I had to give out a game ball, he'd probably get one."

Owen hardly let Wolf touch the ball in the second half, and Wolf scored just two of his team-high 15 points after halftime.

Pennfield's Barry Parker had a big night with 13 points and 18 rebounds. Seth Badger chipped in 16.

"I could tell last week that we're becoming a better basketball team," Miknis said. "They're getting to know each other.

"Some of the younger kids are getting more comfortable on the floor."

The Panthers improved to 2-2 on the year. They also outrebounded Parchment 40-18.

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