Game Stats

KVA Standings as of February 16, 2003


Team       Wins  Losses
K. Christian 8    1
Paw Paw      8    2
Pennfield    6    4
Parchment    5    5
Delton       4    5
Hackett      2    7
G-A          0    9

Gazette Area Prep Basketball Ratings

Class B

Class C

Prep Basketball Scoring Leaders

POINTS PER GAME

3-POINT FIELD GOALS

2003-2004 Parchment Varsity Basketball Game #17

Individual Statistics


Player Pts
#11     7   
#13     5
#15     8
#21     9 
#23     6 
#25     0  
#31     3 
#33     8
#35     0  
#41     -
#43     0
#45     2

Anti-drugs campaign

At Berrien Springs, February 20, 2004: Parchment jumped out to a 29-20 lead then held on down the stretch to pull out a 48-45 non conference victory over the Shamrocks of Berrien Springs. A "Presidential" rebound off a missed Shamrock freethrow and another rebound by "The President" off of his own missed freethrow sealed the victory for the Panthers who struggled from the freethrow line all night, making only 4 of 14. Wolf took an offensive charge late in the game and Roach followed with an NBA three to provide the margin of victory for the Panthers. Richie contributed solid minutes and much needed ball handling in his first varsity game. Sophomores M.C. and Wolf both struggled from the field, shooting a combined 4 for 16, but both found other ways to contribute to the victory.

Alex basketball

Wolf paced the Panthers with 5 assists and M.C. pulled down 4 boards from his guard position. The General has 3 steals to go with 4 boards and 8 points, but struggled from the charity stripe going 0-fer. "The President" cashed in on his first three of the season by nailing a half court shot as the first quarter buzzer sounded. The surprise of the night came in the first half when Lil' Buddy was able to capitalize on 4 Shamrock turnovers by scoring 4 fast break layups. Roach led all Parchment scorers with 9 points all from downtown and T.J. chipped in 7 playing much of the game in the paint due to the late minute scratch of K.P. who injured his hand in practice the night before. Unknown to Parchment was the fact that it was "Senior Citizens Night" at the Berrien Springs High School gym. Three blue hairs in stripes celebrated their 40th year of officiating together by calling an absolutely horrible game on both ends. They would be wise to invest a portion of their officiating paychecks in a fitness club memborship, some Slimfast, or possibly some bifocals. And lets not forget the clock operator, Joe Zeez, who celebrated his 100th birthday earlier this week. Joe only dozed off a half dozen times during the game, unplugging the clock at one point so that both he and the players could get some much needed rest. I'm glad we got the W but hey, instead of driving 1.5 hours to Berrien Springs next year can someone call Otsego or Vicksburg or Allegan or any of the many many Battle Creek high schools that are about one third the distance! -- John Q. Public


Player 2PtM 2PtA  % 3PtM 3PtA %  FTM FTA FT% Pts Reb Blk Stl Ast 
#13      2   7   29  0    0   0   1   3   33  5   4   0   1   5             
#23      1   5   20  1    4  25   1   3   33  6   4   0   0   1
#33      4   8   50  0    0   0   0   4    0  8   4   1   3   0
Team    13  30   43  6   16  38   4  14   29 48  26   2   6   9    

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Thomas R. Wolf, Jr. <tom.wolf@wmich.edu>