December 15, 2007

Norwell Turns it Over to Dekalb

Norwell had 27 turnovers in their 31-39 NHC loss to Dekalb

Despite their cold shooting hand, the Knights only trailed 22-19 heading into the final quarter. But once again, the Barons went on a 7-0 run to start the quarter, forcing the Knights to put up some forced shots and finally putting the game out of reach.

Norwell was led in scoring by senior Ryne Otis with nine points, while fellow senior Drew Imel was second with seven points. Klayton Reed topped the rebounding department with eight.

In JV action, the Knights held on to win 29-28. Jordan Shady led all scorers with 11 points while Brandon Gerber had 10. Kyle Johnloz scored six, and Jake Shapely rounded out the scoring with 2.

The Knight freshman were also victorious 55-42 over DeKalb. Ross Mathews led the team with 12 points.

Notes: Norwell (3-3, 0-1) will be back in action Tuesday night against Fort Wayne Wayne

Do you want to know how to prevent having 27 turnovers? SHOOT THE BALL WHEN YOU HAVE IT! I'm sorry, did someone shrink the circumference of the rim at Norwell? How long will the ghosts of high-scoring games past allow this low-scoring strategy to continue? Norwell's scoring average is only 46 points a game, under 40 points a game in their three losses. The girls team is averaging 60 points a game, come on!

No comments: