Friday, January 27, 2017
MINNEAPOLIS SOUTHWEST WENT UP AGAINST MINNEAPOLIS WASHBURN IN A BOYS’ BASKETBALL GAME
On Jan. 20, Minneapolis Southwest and Minneapolis Washburn squared off in a boys’ basketball game.
Southwest’s Brennan Hawkins was all over the floor he scored the team’s first 7 points.
Washburn called a timeout with 15:07 left on the clock in the first half. The score was Southwest, 7, Washburn 0.
Hawkins could come up with mid-range jump shots and layups. The defense had a hard time slowing him down on the offensive end.
Washburn had trouble shooting the ball in the first half. Southwest could attack the basket and come up with mid-range jump shots and layups.
Southwest’ continued to get the ball into the hands of Hawkins. Hawkins came up with mid-range jump shots and layups throughout the first half.
The score went back and forth late in the first half. Neither team gave up open looks at the basket.
Washburn could come up with mid-range jump shots and layups late in the first half.
At halftime, the score was Washburn 30, Southwest 27.
As the second half got underway Washburn looked to get the ball into the hands of Albert Demmings and Terell Adams, both of whom came up with mid-range jump shots and jumpers.
The score remained close throughout the second half. Neither team went on a huge run in the second half.
Southwest called a timeout with 12:03 left in regulation. The score was Washburn 38, Southwest 34.
Demmings continued to come up with huge deep 3-point shots in the second half. His teammates did a good job of getting him the ball in spots where he could shoot it.
Washburn did a good job of distributing the ball and getting everyone involved in the in the offense.
Washburn called a timeout with 6:04 left in the score was Washburn 49, Southwest 42.
Washburn continued to push the ball down the floor and could get everyone involved in the offense.
Washburn came away with the 64-52 victory over Southwest.
The leading scorers for Southwest were Hawkins with 15 points, Caine Knuckles with 9 points and CK Deeq with 8 points.
The leading scorers for Washburn were Demmings with 13 points, Terrell Adams with 12 points and Brandon Charles with 11 points.