Logan 47 Unioto 56 a final


Logan 47
Unioto 56 a final
This one was a game between 2 teams looking for identities … looking to put a signature “W” on the card to set the tone for games to follow … the Purple of Logan started 2 sophs,1 junior and a senior – Myers/Wolfe with limited varsity experience , Mason Frasure/Colten Castle/Nolan Robinette with zero varsity experience … prior to LAST season Coach Hoops and the U had graduated the bulk of their lineup much like the Chiefs THIS season – last season , a rebuilding season for the U, saw the Shermans playing everyone, looking to find lineups that worked/looking to have youngsters take on roles at the varsity levels that would lead to “W” … last night’s contest showed “the difference a year makes” …… the opening quarter of the game was excellent for both TEAMS ! especially the Purple of Logan – as the “young” Chiefs came out looking to be “ready” for the speed, strength needed to play at the varsity level … excellent ball movement, offensive player movement, seeing the floor and getting the ball in the hands of players on the floor where they could be comfortable and score – all 5 LHS starters dented the score book – the Chiefs big man in the middle made it look easy on the blocks scoring 3 fgs down low, Tegan Myers continued where heleft off in scoring the rock vs Lancaster earlier in the week hitting a deuce and a triple (5 pts) … Mason Frasure (pg) did an outstanding job looking the part of ballhandler, distributed the ball well, and got into the paint for 4 points of his own … Nolan Robinette added a FT after being fouled in the paint … an excellent 1st 8 minutes for the Logan boys … for the U? no backing down by the Shermans as THEIR floor general and leading scorer Isaac Little did what he does best – used his quickness and strength to get into the paint keeping the U within eye shot knocking down 4 fgs (his only fgs of the game) 8 points in the opening quarter … only one other starter scored in the qtr for Unioto – Reece Wheeler added 1/2 FTs … what proved to be foreshadowing of things to come the U’s first man off the bench – Cameron DeBord (jr) came off the bench to add 4 points to help the U stay close … Logan 18 Unioto 13 after 1 …
Round 2 (yes a boxing reference) saw both teams turn up the D … BOTH teams seemed more intent on being physical … Logan looked to lose the offensive flow of the 1st quarter … the U looked frustrated with the physical defense of the Chiefs on the perimeter … neither TEAM was able to put together much on the scoreboard … the board showed Logan 21-15 at the 5:19 mark of the 2nd – Logan would score only 7 points in the next 13:19 of the contest … UHS went on a 26-7 run to the end of the 3rd period … Logan 24 Unioto 21 at intermission … Unioto came out of the locker room – focused on defense, determined on offense … Offensively Logan was held to 3 points in quarter more importantly with the game turning more physical/more fouls being called both ways, Logan was unable to get it done from the FT line – going 1/6 from the charity stripe in the 3rd … while the Chiefs were unable to put it together offensively, the U hit for 18 points in the 3rd … starting out going into the paint for buckets by Reese Wheeler (6 pts) including a transition dunk for 2 … as Logan was unable to capitalize at the Free Throw line , the Shermans went 6/6 in the 3rd period … Cameron DeBord continued to make his presence felt defensively he added a triple and 2 FTs in the third along with a trey by Josh Lambert the period ended with Unioto at 39 Logan 27 end of 3 … the final quarter started with each team trading buckets to 5:23 mark on the clock when Nolan Robinette (6) drained back to back triples … Colten Castle climbed on the momentum wagon adding a trey , a deuce and 2 FTs (7 pts) at 1:58 to play the Chiefs had closed to 42-48 … the U offense was held to 3 fgs in the 4th BUT the floor leader – Isaac Little – was put on the line for 10 FTs in the period nailing 9 which ended up being the difference in the game – the FT line – Logan in the 4th going 6/11 in the quarter Unioto 12/14 down the stretch … the U’s final 8 points were from the line …
Unioto 56 Logan 47 a final …

… Pfloyd’s official UN-official Napkin Stats – Logan

Scoring …Colten Castle 12, Mason Frasure 9, Tegan Myers 8, Justin Wolfe 8, Nolan Robinette 8, Colton Ruff 2
3 Pointers … 5/17 … Nolan Robinette 2, Colten Castle 2, Tegan Myers 1
FTs … 10/23
TOs … 14
PnP … 9 fgs/18 points in the paint
PnT … 1 fg/2 points in transition
PBck … 1 fg/2 points on putback buckets

… for about 11 minutes in the first 2 quarters the Chiefs looked like a complete team – offensively getting points from everyone on the floor, defensively using the quickness on the perimeter – Frasure/Myers/Castle to harass on the perimeter and help in the paint – LHS looked outstanding … with a group of youngsters at times you will run into dry spells offensively – finding that go to guy who will get a bucket when needed most will come … for the game Logan showed the ability to have balanced scoring – 5 players show the ability to be double digit scorers … Chiefs left the U 1-1 but left with a whole lot of upside for a group of talented youngsters …

… Pfloyd’s official UN-official Napkin Stats – Unioto

Scoring … Isaac Little 20, Cameron DeBord 14, Reese Wheeler, Josh Lambert 6, Carson DeBord 5, Nate Keiser 2, Jeremy Lambert 2
3 Pointers … 4/15 … Josh Lambert 2, Carson DeBord 1, Cameron DeBord 1
FTs … 22/29
TOs … 15
PnP … 10 fgs/20 points in the paint
PnT … 4 fgs/8 points in transition
PBck … 1 fg/2 points on putback buckets

… the MORE experienced varsity TEAM got the W last night – when the game got away from being a game due to the physicality/chippy-ness the experience paid off as the U didn’t lose focus/at the beginning of the 3rd quarter it seemed that the chippy/physical play made the U MORE focused/MORE determined which led to the 26-7 run that put the U in control … the U still needs that consistent perimeter shooter but Coach Hoops has the ability to call on 9 deep – the positive coming from playing big numbers last year in the U’s rebuilding season … Zane Trace and Adena MAY be the teams to beat in the SVC this season but don’t sleep on a good Unioto squad …

Last edited by pfloyd on Sat Dec 07, 2019 6:29 pm, edited 2 times in total.


2Cameron Debord148112
4Nate Keiser34210
5Carson DeBord53100
11Isaac Little206340
12Josh Lambert62000
22Jeremy Lambert21120
33Reece Wheeler79200
23Evan Park02000
32Cater Markko06110


Colten Castle120000
Mason Frasure90000
5Tegan Myers87000
21Justin Wolfe89000
23Nolan Robinette80030
Colton Ruff20000
1Ashton Mahaffey00000
10Ian Frasure00300
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Date Time League Season
December 6, 2019 7:30 pm SEO 2019-20

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