7th Grade Boys Basketball

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Re: 7th Grade Boys Basketball

Post by Ironman92 » Wed Jan 25, 2017 9:52 pm

Jackson 56
@Logan 48

Jackson 13-0



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Re: 7th Grade Boys Basketball

Post by toast » Thu Jan 26, 2017 7:42 am

jeepmadness wrote:
toast wrote:Waverly improves to 12-0 with a win over Minford. Minford has a very nice team with good size and they are well coached. They also had a couple of kids out for this game.

Tigers will have their hands full when they travel to Minford on Feb. 9th.
What was the score?
Waverly was up 36-11 at the half. Final score was somewhere around 55-35. The Waverly coach does a nice job of pulling off the press and using his bench. Starters played maybe 2 and a half quarters.

The first half may have just been the best half of ball Waverly has played all season. I still see a dog fight when we go to Minford. Minford was without their big boy and I believe another player. Their size reminded me of Jackson. They towered over Waverly except for our center. Real nice team.

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Re: 7th Grade Boys Basketball

Post by AllTvc » Thu Jan 26, 2017 9:22 pm

Meigs defeats vinton by 20 to stay unbeaten on the year. I have been hearing that waverly is the team to beat. Anyone have any inside info on this.

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Re: 7th Grade Boys Basketball

Post by Ironman92 » Thu Jan 26, 2017 10:08 pm

AllTvc wrote:Meigs defeats vinton by 20 to stay unbeaten on the year. I have been hearing that waverly is the team to beat. Anyone have any inside info on this.
Win at Meigs or at VC?

Waverly has the two small but lightning quick and talented guards Robertson and Stully. Have a nice sized post player Futhey and hear they added a nice guard to take some pressure off Robertson/Stully. Coached by former varsity coach.

I was hoping they could get in to the Logan tournament.

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Re: 7th Grade Boys Basketball

Post by art_vandelay » Fri Jan 27, 2017 11:15 am

ironman92: Do Jackson and South Webster meet again this year in junior high boys? If so, when/where? Thanks*

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Re: 7th Grade Boys Basketball

Post by Ironman92 » Fri Jan 27, 2017 3:48 pm

art_vandelay wrote:ironman92: Do Jackson and South Webster meet again this year in junior high boys? If so, when/where? Thanks*
Monday at 5:30 at SW

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Re: 7th Grade Boys Basketball

Post by toast » Fri Feb 03, 2017 7:23 am

Waverly defeats Wheelersburg to improve to 14-0.

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Post by Tri-StateYouthSports » Fri Feb 03, 2017 9:29 am

Fairland 7th grade finished out their undefeated regular season last night. 15-0 (14-0 OVC)

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Post by Ironman92 » Fri Feb 03, 2017 10:26 pm

Tri-StateYouthSports wrote:Fairland 7th grade finished out their undefeated regular season last night. 15-0 (14-0 OVC)
Fairland has an excellent basketball program from young kids through varsity. The 7th grade group is good...have an excellent player in Aiden Porter and those kids play hard.

Who was the best team you guys faced this year? Not sure we have any common opponents.

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Post by Futurebkstar » Mon Feb 06, 2017 1:19 pm

Symmes Valley boys 7th grade has a nice squad and they are well coached!!!

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Re: 7th Grade Boys Basketball

Post by greygoose » Tue Feb 07, 2017 12:49 am

toast wrote:
jeepmadness wrote:
toast wrote:Waverly improves to 12-0 with a win over Minford. Minford has a very nice team with good size and they are well coached. They also had a couple of kids out for this game.

Tigers will have their hands full when they travel to Minford on Feb. 9th.
What was the score?
Waverly was up 36-11 at the half. Final score was somewhere around 55-35. The Waverly coach does a nice job of pulling off the press and using his bench. Starters played maybe 2 and a half quarters.

The first half may have just been the best half of ball Waverly has played all season. I still see a dog fight when we go to Minford. Minford was without their big boy and I believe another player. Their size reminded me of Jackson. They towered over Waverly except for our center. Real nice team.
Obviously haven't seen Waverly's 7th grade play to many games. That's typical of their games all year long starters basically play 1 half and they call the dogs off after the 1st quarter. Seen this game, big boy or no big boy when a kid hits 6 three pointers and scores 30 from the guard position that big boy isn't going to matter much unless someone can guard the waverly guards.

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Re: 7th Grade Boys Basketball

Post by Ironman92 » Wed Feb 08, 2017 8:56 pm

Jackson moves to 16-0

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Post by toast » Fri Feb 10, 2017 12:53 pm

Waverly 7th proves me wrong and ends their regular season at Minford with a convincing win. Record stands at 16-0 going into the tourneys.

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Re: 7th Grade Boys Basketball

Post by Ironman92 » Fri Feb 10, 2017 10:08 pm

Jackson holds Vinton Co to 14 points and moves to 17-0 while Meigs drilled Logan by 20 to remain undefeated.

Jackson will face Meigs tomorrow in Logan at 4:15

Meigs is very impressive....their top 6 are well-sized, athletic, strong and can play. They aren't just athletic kids on the basketball court...they are excellent basketball players that are very athletic.

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Re: 7th Grade Boys Basketball

Post by Ironman92 » Sat Feb 11, 2017 8:17 pm

Meigs 40
Jackson 37

A lot of big athletes on the court. Two talented teams. Both teams had pretty significant foul trouble as the refs consistently just called everything a foul. Jackson adapted slightly better in the first half and kept going to basket and on defense you just had to basically not touch the shooter. Jackson led by 8 at half. Second half stop trying to get to basket and relied on 3's a bit more. Meigs star player hit a couple smooth 3's and Jackson turned ball over last minute.

Hopefully we can play 2x a year from here on out through high school. Congrats to Meigs on the win.

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Re: 7th Grade Boys Basketball

Post by AllTvc » Sat Feb 11, 2017 10:58 pm

Well I was anticipating a great game. What I got was horrible officiating that ruined any and all flow for both teams. Tragic. These two teams are to good to have their battle ruined. Hope to see these teams meet again next year.

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Re: 7th Grade Boys Basketball

Post by Ironman92 » Sat Feb 11, 2017 11:17 pm

AllTvc wrote:Well I was anticipating a great game. What I got was horrible officiating that ruined any and all flow for both teams. Tragic. These two teams are to good to have their battle ruined. Hope to see these teams meet again next year.
It really was sad....then after our game they switched refs and they let them play smh.

The game before VC was leading Logan 12-3 but by half it was 19-19 and Logan had 15 points from the line. They had VC in double bonus in 7 minutes! Those same refs completely defeated the 13 year old VC kids. I felt bad for them. Logan ran away with it in the second half but those two refs simply took the life out of the VC team. I didn't give a rat's butt who won that game but found myself pulling hard for VC because they were getting hosed.

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Re: 7th Grade Boys Basketball

Post by JC2124 » Mon Feb 13, 2017 7:14 pm

Ironman92 wrote:
AllTvc wrote:Well I was anticipating a great game. What I got was horrible officiating that ruined any and all flow for both teams. Tragic. These two teams are to good to have their battle ruined. Hope to see these teams meet again next year.
It really was sad....then after our game they switched refs and they let them play smh.

The game before VC was leading Logan 12-3 but by half it was 19-19 and Logan had 15 points from the line. They had VC in double bonus in 7 minutes! Those same refs completely defeated the 13 year old VC kids. I felt bad for them. Logan ran away with it in the second half but those two refs simply took the life out of the VC team. I didn't give a rat's butt who won that game but found myself pulling hard for VC because they were getting hosed.
The 8th grade final was a screwing too....Logan won by 1 over Athens. Logan shot at least 20 more foul shots than Athens....hose city!

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Re: 7th Grade Boys Basketball

Post by Ironman92 » Mon Feb 13, 2017 11:23 pm

JC2124 wrote:
Ironman92 wrote:
AllTvc wrote:Well I was anticipating a great game. What I got was horrible officiating that ruined any and all flow for both teams. Tragic. These two teams are to good to have their battle ruined. Hope to see these teams meet again next year.
It really was sad....then after our game they switched refs and they let them play smh.

The game before VC was leading Logan 12-3 but by half it was 19-19 and Logan had 15 points from the line. They had VC in double bonus in 7 minutes! Those same refs completely defeated the 13 year old VC kids. I felt bad for them. Logan ran away with it in the second half but those two refs simply took the life out of the VC team. I didn't give a rat's butt who won that game but found myself pulling hard for VC because they were getting hosed.
The 8th grade final was a screwing too....Logan won by 1 over Athens. Logan shot at least 20 more foul shots than Athens....hose city!
I don't even know how you shoot 20 ft in a 24 min game

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Re: 7th Grade Boys Basketball

Post by toast » Sat Feb 25, 2017 10:57 pm

Waverly wins the Eastern tournament to finish out the season 20-0. Really played well and shot the ball well despite missing their starting point guard.

Only one of the Tigers wins was by less than 18 points. You'd be hard pressed to find a nicer group of kids.

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Re: 7th Grade Boys Basketball

Post by mattash » Sun Feb 26, 2017 9:47 pm

Futurebkstar wrote:Symmes Valley boys 7th grade has a nice squad and they are well coached!!!
Record?

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Post by Futurebkstar » Sat Mar 11, 2017 8:20 pm

mattash wrote:
Futurebkstar wrote:Symmes Valley boys 7th grade has a nice squad and they are well coached!!!
Record?
I think they went 11-3 or 10-4

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Re: 7th Grade Boys Basketball

Post by Futurebkstar » Fri Mar 17, 2017 6:09 am

1906 wrote:
Ironman92 wrote:Who will be the players and teams to watch for?

Jackson will have a solid team. Boys went undefeated last year before losing in the state championship game last year in Columbus. Added a couple good players to that group. 5'11 Drew Bragg will be one of the top players around...and not because he's 5'11.

Waverly has 2 of the quickest guards anywhere. Robertson and Stully are fun to watch and they have a good big kid about 5''11 as well.

Meigs is excellent!

Vinton County will be very good and led by Evan Spires

Hillsboro has two excellent players a guard Ethan Parry and an athletic big kid

Chillicothe has good size and an excellent player.

Fairland has a very good team led by Aiden Porter

Wheelersburg is solid (depending on a good player that may be at South Webster)

South Gallia wil be one of the better D4 sized teams.

Across the river Russell Kentucky has some real nice players.

I hear south Gallia is just playing an 8th grade schedule due to not enough kids for 2 teams.
I know Symmes Valley 7th grade played South Gallia's 7th/8th. My Son played for SV but I am also partial to SG. My son's team won easily while leading in points, assists, and steals. Not bragging at all so please don't think that because I'm just proud of the way he plays. He is the point guard and sees the floor so well. He is a pass first kid. He always gets his team involved. Great group of kids on both teams and well coached. Both teams will be good later in high school.

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