Saturday, January 28, 2012


The Minnehaha Academy Redhawks went up against Holy Family Catholic High School in a boys' basketball game.

Both teams didn't waste any time attacking the basket. Minnehaha started in a man-to-man defense. They looked to pressure Holy Family and take them out of the game.

It took a while for each of these teams to figure out what the other one was doing offensively.

Holy Family did a good job of breaking the press.

Kaharri Carter got hot for Minnehaha was able to score a few baskets in transition.

Holy Family switched between man-to-man and zone defense.

Minnehaha did a good job of scoring baskets in transition. Carter continued to hit shots. He was not afraid to shoot the ball from anywhere on the floor.

Neither team went on a run in the first half. The score was close.

Asante Simmons for Minnehaha did a good job getting his teammates involved in the offense. If he though that his teammates had a better shot he would pass it to them and get them involved in the offense.

Minnehaha passed the ball around the three-point line to take time off the clock.

At halftime the score was Minnehaha Academy 32 and Holy Family 30.

Holy Family stayed in zone defense to lead off the second half. They continued to push the ball down the court.

Neither team went on a run. I though that they both played hard on the defensive end.

Both teams traded baskets midway through the second half. They didn't give up easy baskets.

Minnehaha stayed in their man-to-man defense. They didn't let Holy Family score easy baskets.

The score was tied at 42 with 9:16 left in regulation.

The score went back and forth late in the contest.

Joe Hanel did a good job of making shots for Holy Family. His teammates did a good job of getting him the ball.

Carter did a nice job of finding the basket late in the contest. He gave his team an edge on the offensive end.

Minnehaha passed the ball around the three-point line late in the contest to take time off the clock.

Minnehaha came away with the 66-55 victory over Holy Family.

The leading scorers for Holy Family were Joe Hanel with 15 points, Jake Dryer with 11 points, and Joe Conroy with 9 points.

The leading scorers for Minnehaha Academy were Gerald McCarver with 20 points, Jesse Johnson with 12 points, and Kaharri Carter with 10 points.

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