Sunday, January 29, 2012


Prairie Seeds Academy (PSA) went up against Lakeview Christian Academy in a boys' basketball game. The game started out with a quick pace.

The teams traded baskets in the opening minutes of the contest. PSA pushed the ball down the court in transition. They were were able to get easy baskets.

Anders Broman for Lakeview got his shot going. He stepped behind the three-point line and knocked down shots. PSA always had a guy guarding him when he was playing behind the three-point line.

PSA used both man-to-man defense and zone defense in the first half. They were able to keep Lakeview Christian guessing on what defense they were playing.

The defensive pressure that each team played was good as neither team gave up any easy shot.

Troy Lamont May Jr. for PSA made some nice moves to the basket.

Anders Broman picked up his fourth foul with 4:03 left in the first half.

PSA did a good job of making shots in transition. They went on a run late in the first half.

At halftime the score was PSA 55 and Lakeview Christian 37.

Bjorn Broman for Lakeview Christian drained back-to-back three-point shots. Lakeview Christian attacked the basket to start the second half.

Lakeview Christian started the second half off on a run.

PSA called a timeout with 14:22 left in regulation. The score was PSA 57 and Lakeview Christian 48.

Trent Pollard for PSA made some nice jump shots that kept his team in the game.

Both teams had players who were in foul trouble midway through the second half.

The game was tied at 71with 7:32 left in regulation.

The lead went back and forth throughout the second half.

Lakeview Christian called a timeout with 6:00 left in regulation. The score was PSA 79 and Lakeview Christian 74.

The game came down to the wire.

PSA came away with the 90-88 over Lakeview Christian.

The leading scorers for Lakeview Christian were Andres Broman with 30 points, Bjorn Broman with 25 points, and Luke Brochardt with 20 pints.

The leading scorers for Prairie Seeds Academy were Devin Buckley with 21 points, Trent Pollard with 20 points, Gage Deis with 16, and Adrian Bush with 13 points.

No comments: