2004-2005 Parchment Varsity Basketball Game #11 versus Paw Paw
"Sweet move by the General against great help defense"
Article from mlive.com:
Big fourth helps Paw Paw top Parchment
Wednesday, January 26, 2005
PAW PAW -- The battle for second place in the Kalamazoo Valley Association came down to the fourth quarter Tuesday night. And what a fourth it was for Paw Paw. The Redskins outscored Parchment 25-10 in the final eight minutes to break open a tight game and come away with a 67-49 home win.
"It was close all night until that fourth quarter," said Paw Paw coach Dave Wassink, whose team improved to 7-4 overall and 5-1 in the KVA. "We had a decided edge in rebounds, plus we kept (Alex) Wolf in check." Wolf finished with just nine points for Parchment (7-4, 4-2 KVA), which also received 10 points from Austin Patton. Derrick Mitchell poured in 26 points for Paw Paw and Luke Gumper was the top boardman with 10 rebounds.
"Too bad we can't bottle Nate's intensity"
Player Pts #11 #13 9** #15 9** #21 8* #23 6* #25 #31 #33 10 #35 3* #41 #43 4 #45 * = 3-pointer
"Driving lanes were few and far between for P-town"
Coach T comments: Sleepless in Seattle. Another "live by the 3, die by the 3" game. How many 3's did we shoot? I'm guessing we took about 50% of our shots from treyville. By comparison the Seattle Supersonics lead the NBA in 3 point shot attempts and 3 pointers made, yet they only take 22% of their shots from beyond the arch. Something to think about.
"Now that's what I call a 3 point jumpshot"
Kalamazoo Vally Association Leaders (1/25/2005)
POINTS PER GAME
3-POINT FIELD GOALS
A Championís Creed...
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