Sunday, December 17, 2017


Wayzata and Woodbury squared off in a boys’ basketball game. Wayzata pushed the ball down the floor and came up with mid-range jump shots and layups. 

It took awhile for Woodbury to get into a shooting rhythm.

Woodbury started in a zone defense. They wanted to make Wayzata come out and shoot outside shots.

Wayzata got everyone involved in the offense. They passed the ball around to each other and talked on both ends of the floor.

Wayzata swung the ball around the 3-point line as they looked to get everyone involved in the offense.

Woodbury went into a scoring drought midway through the first half. They were not able to make shots. Wayzata took advantage of that as they came up with steals and layups.

At halftime, the score was Wayzata 50, Woodbury 26.

As the second half got underway Wayzata continued to attack the basket and look for their shots.

Woodbury struggled to shoot the ball throughout the game.

Wayzata’s Jacob Beeninga came up with mid-range jump shots and layups.

Wayzata came up with steals on the defensive end and they were able to make layups on the offensive end.

Woodbury bounced back in the second half as they chipped away at the deficit. But it wasn’t enough.

Both teams played physical throughout the game.

Wayzata came away with the 88-64 victory over Woodbury.

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