Sunday, January 3, 2016
ST. PAUL JOHNSON WENT UP AGAINST HENRY SIBLEY IN A BOYS' BASKETBALL GAME
St. Paul Johnson and Henry Sibley squared off in a boys' basketball game. Henry Sibley started out in a zone defense. Johnson also started out in a zone defense.
Henry Sibley wasn’t afraid to shoot 3-point baskets. If they didn’t think that they could make layups, they would shoot mid-range jump shots and layups.
Johnson looked to make layups in transition. They pushed the ball down the floor well.
Johnson did a good job of attacking the Henry Sibley defense. They got the ball inside. Johnson also came up with layups off of steals. Johnson’s Lorenzo Smith came up with mid-range jump shots and layups.
Henry Sibley called a timeout with 12:34 left in the first half. The score was Johnson 15, Henry Sibley 6.
Henry Sibley took a lot of time off the clock as they swung the ball around the 3-point line. Johnson was able to create havoc on the defensive end.
Sibley called a timeout with 11:18 left in the first half. The score was Johnson 19, Henry Sibley 6.
The zone defense that Johnson applied made Sibley take deep 3-point shots.
Johnson’s Savion Benton called for the ball on the wing and in the low block. He looked for mid-range jump shots and layups. Smith came up with jump shots off of screens.
Both teams dove on the floor after loose balls and went after rebounds on both ends of the floor.
There were many jump balls in the first half.
Johnson used a motion offense as they did a lot of passing and cutting in the offense. They set screens for each other and let everyone knew where they were supposed to be on the floor.
Henry Sibley got everyone involved in the offense. They looked to get Roy Mack the ball in the low block. Tommy Baumeister came up with rebounds and layups.
Henry Sibley also ran a motion offense. They looked to get to the basket off of screens.
Johnson came up with steals and was able to make layups off of the seals. Savion Parker made 3-point shots and layups. His teammates did a good job of getting him the ball in spots where he could shoot it.
Johnson called a timeout with 23.1 seconds left in the first half. The score was Johnson 36, Henry Sibley 21.
Johnson looked to take the last shot, which they did but were unsuccessful.
At halftime the score was Johnson 36, Henry Sibley 21.
Henry Sibley came out in the second half in a zone defense. They played zone throughout the first half. Johnson looked to trap on the defensive end.
Johnson kept on getting the ball into the hands of Derek Siedschlag and Saivon Parker. Both of them came up with mid-range jump shots and layups.
Henry Sibley called a timeout with 15:34 left in regulation. The score was Johnson 38, Henry Sibley 25.
Parker got hot from behind the 3-point line. The defense had a hard time of slowing him down. On the defensive end he was able to slow down the guy that he was guarding.
Johnson looked to trap the ball was Henry Sibley brought the ball down the floor. They were able to create turnovers off the trap.
Johnson’s Carlin Clarke came up with layups off of fast break. If Clarke didn’t think that he could get a good shot, he would pass it off to one of his teammates.
Henry Sibley called a timeout with 6:39 left in regulation. The score was Johnson 50, Henry Sibley 32.
Henry Sibley looked to make fast break layups in regulation. Johnson stayed in their full court man-to-man press.
Johnson kept on attacking the basket late in the game and came up with layups.
Even though Henry Sibley struggled to shoot the ball throughout the game, they didn’t give up.
Johnson came away with the 67-42 victory over Henry Sibley.
The leading scorer for Henry Sibley was Rieshaun Satar with 7 points
The leading scorers for Johnson were Parker with 18 points, Clarke with 15 points and Smith with 12 points.