Sunday, January 19, 2014


On Jan. 16 Wayzata traveled to St. Paul Central for a boys high school basketball game. Both teams started out in a zone defense.
Wayzata’s Johnny Beeninga started the game off with a deep three-point shot to get the Trojan offense going.
The score went back and forth early in the contest. Neither team went on a run early in the first half.
Central’s Rayeon Williams stepped up and was able to knock down some deep jump shots.
The defensive pressure was very good by each team as neither team gave up a free look at the basket.
Wayzata swung the ball around the three-point line as they wanted to take time off the clock and get into an offensive rhythm.
At halftime the score was Central 35, Wayzata 25.   
As the second half got underway Central continued to look to take good shots. They were able to take the ball hard to the basket and make their shots.
Williams continued to make shots that he put up. He was not afraid to shoot the ball from anywhere on the court.
Central’s Kalu Abosi was also able to get his shot going as he stepped up and knocked down some deep shots.
Central came away with the 63-56 victory over Wayzata
Williams and Abosi each had 20 points for Central and Wayzata’s Ty Geinske ended with 16 points.

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