Thursday, October 23, 2014


North St. Paul and Wayzata went up against each other in a boys’ basketball game. Wayzata started out in a zone defense. They wanted to force North St. Paul to take long outside shots.

Both teams took a lot of time off the clock by swinging the ball around the three-point line.
It took a while for each team to get into a shooting rhythm. The defense that each team played made it difficult for the other team to get open looks at the basket.

North St. Paul played a tough zone defense that didn’t allow Wayzata to get open shots.

North St. Paul was able to step up and knock down some deep three-point shots late in the first half.

At halftime the score was Wayzata 21, North St. Paul 9.

As the second half got underway Wayzata continued to push the ball down the floor and set the tempo.

North St. Paul looked to get fast breaks in the second half, but they were unable to because Wayzata kept up with them.

Wayzata passed the ball around the three-point line as they looked to take time off the clock and keep the ball out of North St. Paul’s hands.

Both teams took a lot of time off the clock. Neither team was in a hurry to shoot the ball.

Wayzata was in control the whole game. North St. Paul didn’t back down however.

Wayzata came away with the 48-34 victory over North St. Paul.

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