Friday, February 16, 2018


On Feb. 9, Academy of Holy Angels and DeLaSalle squared off in a boys’ basketball game.

DeLaSalle pushed the ball down the floor and got everyone involved in the offense.

Holy Angels had a difficult time scoring baskets in the first half. They were not able t make shots that they put up.

DeLaSalle did a good job of communicating on both ends of the floor.

Holy Angels pushed the ball down the floor and worked the ball around the 3-point line.

Holy Angels called a timeout with 7:14 left in the first half. The score was DeLaSalle 24, Holy Angels 8.

DeLaSalle’s Tyrell Terry came up with steals on the defensive end and was able to turn them into steals on the offensive end.

DeLaSalle’s Christian Dickson came up with mid-range jump shots and layups late in the first half.

At halftime, the score was DeLaSalle 41, Holy Angels 24.

As the second half got underway DeLaSalle’s Jamison Battle came up with big baskets as he continued to push the ball down the floor and came up with mid-range jump shots and layups.

DeLaSalle’s Sage Booker, Christian and Mali Lamin all continued to come up with layups and mid-range jump shots.

Holy Angels called a timeout with 7:57 left in regulation. The score was DeLaSalle 63, Holy Angels 39.

DeLaSalle was too quick for Holy Angels. Holy Angels played hard throughout the game.

DeLaSalle kept the offensive pedal to the floor late in the game.

DeLaSalle came away with the 79-54 victory over Holy Angels.

The leading scorer for Holy Angels was David Oslund with 11 points.

The leading scorers for DeLaSalle were Battle with 22 points, Rayquan Moore with 12 points, and Malik Lamin with 10 points.

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