Thursday, January 30, 2014


Prior Lake and Rosemount squared off in a boys basketball game. It took a while for each team to get into an offensive shooting rhythm.
Rosemount did a good job of swinging the ball around the three-point line. They were able to get into their offense early.
Neither team went on a run early in the game. Prior Lake was able to come up with some steals and turn them into points.  
Prior Lake’s Jon Sobaski was not afraid to shoot the ball from the top of the key. He was able to knock down jump shots from there.
Shots were contested on both ends of the floor. There were many ties and lead changes throughout the first half.
At halftime the score was Rosemount 28, Prior Lake 26.
As the second half got underway the score continued to go back and forth. Sobaski continued to get to the basket. His teammates did a good job of getting him the ball in spots where he could hit shots.
Cole Northwick and Stephenson did a good job of scoring baskets in the paint. Halvorson also came up big in the second half for Rosemount.
Prior Lake’s Isaiah Sims looked to get his teammates the ball on the offensive end. He knew what plays that he wanted run and Sims did a good job of communicating with his teammates and letting them know where he wanted them on the floor.
Northwick was all over the floor on the offensive end. He was able to get hot from in the lane as he found his jump shot.
Rosemount came away with the 74-66 victory over Prior Lake.
The leading scorers for Rosemount were Northwick with 21 points, Stephenson with 20 points and Halverson  with 17 points. The leading scorers for Prior Lake were Sobaski with 29 points and McKernan with 11 points.

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