Wednesday, December 21, 2011


Eastview traveled to Spring Lake Park High School for a boys' basketball game. Both teams came into the game with a record of 4-0.

Both teams started the game in a zone defense.

Eastview's Joey King took the ball hard to the basket. He was able to get uncontested baskets.

Eastview called a timeout with 16:46 left in the first half. The score was Eastview 4 and Spring Lake Park 0.

Eastview's Darin Haugh also found the basket early in the contest. He was able to push the ball down the court and pass it to his teammates when they were open.

Eastview was able to get a few good steals and convert them into points on the fast break.

It took awhile for Spring Lake Park to find their shots. They were not able hit shots that they were putting up.

Chris Narum found the basket on easy three-point shots. He was not afraid to shoot the ball from anywhere on the court.

Spring Lake Park called a timeout with 11:47 left in the first half. The score was Eastview 20 and Spring Lake Park 4.

Bryce Williams for Spring Lake Park stepped up and was able to knock down a key basket for his team.

Sean Scott for Spring Lake Park stepped up and was able to knock down shots with ease.

Eastview used both man-to-man and zone defense. Both teams looked to get the ball out of the basket and get easy baskets in transition.

Gary Cook for Spring Lake Park was able to step back behind the three-point line and was able to drain his shot.

At halftime was Eastview 41 and Spring Lake Park 25.

Spring Lake Park started the second half out in a 1-3-1 zone defense. They wanted to slow down the Eastview attack.

Eastview called a timeout with 12:20 left in regulation. The score was Eastview 54 and Spring Lake Park 37.

Spring Lake Park's TC Robinson was able to string some points together to keep his team in the game. Bryce Williams for Spring Lake Park continued to drop three-point shots.

Both teams went into the bonus with 5:12 left in regulation

Sean Scott got a technical foul with 4:22 left in regulation. For arguing a call.

Eastview was too much for Spring Lake Park. Eastview came away with the 86-63 victory over Spring Lake Park. The leading scorers for Eastview were Joey King with 36 points, Chris Narum with 14 points, Ben Oberfeld 13 points and Darvin Haugh with 12 points.

The leading scorers for Spring Lake Park were Bryce Williams with 27 points and Gary Cook with 11 points.

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