Thursday, December 29, 2011


Minneapolis Southwest took on Holy Angels in a boys' basketball game. Minneapolis Southwest came into the game with a record of 2-6. Holy Angels came into the game with a record of 3-1.

Southwest guard Camden Knuckles took the ball hard to the basket. If he was not able to get a good shot he would pass it to one of his other teammates.

Holy Angels went on a run in the beginning of the game. Southwest wanted to slow the game down.

Holy Angels did a good job of moving the ball down the floor.

Southwest called a timeout with 13:19 left in the first half. The score was Holy Angels 12 and Southwest 4.

Akeem Smith took the ball hard to the basket for Southwest. He knew where he was on the floor and was able to take good shots.

Southwest looked to get the ball into the hands of Josh Barnes. Barnes was all over the court. He was also not afraid to shoot the ball.

Holy Angels Danny Sullivan came up with some nice lay-ups and kept his team at an advantage.

Even though Southwest had trouble hitting shots in the first half. They kept on going hard to the basket.

Holy Angels used a full court press. They were able to bother the Southwest guards.

At halftime the score was Holy Angels 35 and Southwest 19.

Both teams dove on the floor for loose balls. They also fought for rebounds on both ends of the court.
Holy Angels continued to take the ball hard to the basket. They were able to hit shots throughout the game.

Southwest had trouble finding the basket throughout the game.

Holy Angels came way with the 63-33 victory over Minneapolis Southwest.

The leading scorer for Southwest was Will Kalberg-Taylor with 15 points. The leading scorers for Holy Angels were Danny Sullivan with 15 and Delshon Strickland with 11 points.

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