Varsity Boys Basketball

Jordan 8th A 51, Cunha 8th A 27

Date of competition: Tuesday, January 28, 2014

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In the 2013-2014 ADAL Middle School boys basketball finals, the Jordan 8th Grade Boys A team gave one of the best performances in recent memory. Playing against a highly touted 6'7" post player from Cunha and sharp outside shooters, Jordan put on a relentless press and double team to shut down an outstanding one-loss team from Half Moon Bay. The game was played at Ralston Middle School in front of a packed boisterous crowd. The Jordan players stepped up their game with 8 players scoring points. Jordan outrebounded, out ran, and out shot Cunha to put the game away late in the first half. The second half was show-time for the Jordan players as they made close to 80% of their shots including several from long range. The Jordan team ended up with an undefeated league and play-off season going 14-0. The players on the team are Will Schmutz, Spencer Rojahn, Noah Yuen, Nik Risano, D'Von Lang, William Schlemmer, Paul Jackson, Ole Erickson, Max Dorward, and Bryant Jefferson. The team was coached by Ken Morgan

posted by John Campbell, other on Jan 31, 2014 at 11:55 am

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