Mar 4, 2011

Friday Results- Division III Sectional Championships

The first game at XU was a nail-biter between Summit and Shroder, one in which the Silver Knights earned the right to go to UD Arena next week at districts. As predicted, Taft took care of business in game two. In the third game, both teams played even the first half and then in the second it was all Clark as they helped the MVC finish 2-0 for the day. The three winners will all play next Thursday night at UD Arena.
  Pictures from all three games

Summit freshman PG Antonio Woods 
  • Summit 33 Shroder 32: The Jaguars controlled this game throughout the first 31 minutes but then the Knights took advantage of a few Shroder mishaps to steal a win. After a Kevin Johnson three point play tied the game with less then a minute left Shroder turned the ball over. Summit went down and Jack Gustafson was able to get to the foul line and put Summit up by 1 with six seconds remaining. Shroder was then unable to get a shot off before the final horn and Summit held on for the win. Kevin Johnson and Ryan Glass each led Summit with 8 points while Jack Gustafson added 5 points and 13 rebounds. Freshman PG Antonio Woods was extremely productive tonight, Woods played all 32 minutes and finished with 5 points, 4 assists, and no turnovers. Shroder was led by Ladell Griffin's 9 points, Jalen Billups' 8, and Kairo Cannon scored 7.  
  • Taft 78 Clinton Massie 42: An early run, one of the best dunks that CPHR has even seen (Dwayne Stanford off of a baseline out of bounds lob), and 13 different Taft players scoring were the highlights of yet another Senator blowout. Jalean Lowe led Taft with 13 points, Jermaine Freeman scored 12, while Adolphus Washington and Dwayne Stanford each added 10. 
  • Clark 47 Reading 32: Paul Woodson led Clark with 12 points and 12 boards. The Cougars broke open the game in the second half with their pressure defense and fast paced offense. CPHR was really impressed with Reading freshman PF Devin Pike, who already stands 6-5, and freshman PG Cole Cloud. Both have been well coached and play with nice poise to match their skills and athletic abilities. 

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