Sunday, December 20, 2015
MINNEAPOLIS EDISON WENT UP AGAINST MINNEAPOLIS NORTH IN A BOYS' BASKETBALL GAME
On Dec. 15 Edison and North squared off in a boys' basketball game. North did a good job of moving the ball down the floor and scoring baskets in transition.
Edison was a lot smaller team than North. North was a lot quicker than Edison was also.
North’s JaQuan Sanders-Smith came up with mid range jump shots and layups.
North called a timeout with 13:25 left in the first half. The score was North 20, Edison 8.
Edison took a lot of time off the clock. Edison’s Vincent Langley came up with rebounds and layups.
North’s Odell Wilson IV came up with some huge rebounds. He was able to get his teammates the ball in spots where they could shoot it.
Edison called a timeout with 8:27 left in the first half. The score was North 33, Edison 12.
Sanders-Smith came up with steals and turn them into layups on the offensive end. He was also able to knock down deep 3-point shots.
North’s Jamil Jackson came up with layups. He took the ball hard to the basket and wasn’t afraid of contact.
At halftime the score was North 51, Edison 28.
As the second half got underway North continued to push the ball down the floor and scored baskets in transition.
North continued to push the ball down the floor and score baskets in transition.
North was to athletic for Edison. Edison struggled to shoot the ball.
North came away with the 93-38 victory over Edison.