Fife Trojans Game Preview: Clover Park Warriors

Fife Trojans Game Preview: Clover Park Warriors

Fife : WA : USA | Jan 07, 2011 at 10:57 AM PST
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The SPSL 2A league is heating up, and the Fife Trojans (2-1 league, 6-3 overall) are showing signs of cohesive and effective play on the hardwood. Once again, the Trojans have proven themselves to be possible contenders for league title, but they now face an unblemished Goliath as they go toe to toe with the undefeated Clover Park Warriors (3-0, 8-0) on Jan. 7. Last year, Trojans beat the Warriors on the road 58-50, and this year they face them with home court advantage.

Trojans vs. Sumner game review:

Behind 24 points and 13 rebounds from junior forward Bryce Miller, as well as 15 points, 8 assists, and 5 steals from senior guard Jack Murrey, the Trojans secured a vital league victory with a 50-39 win over the Sumner Spartans (0-3, 4-4 ) on Jan. 4 on the Trojans home court.

Trojans Stats (league play)

  • After three league games, the Trojans are 70-of-138 from the field, 9-of-33 from perimeter, and 31-of-53 from the free throw.
  • The Trojans average 15.3 turnovers and 53.3 points a game, exhibiting defensive prowess in holding their opponents to a game average of 37.5 points.
  • The leading scorers for the Trojans in league play are Bryce Miller, with 18.5 points a game and Jack Murrey, with 13.6 points a game.

Clover Park Warriors:

The Warriors come into the game after a tightly contested game against the Franklin Pierce Cardinals (2-1, 3-5) that came down to a last-second shot by freshmen Ahmaad Rorie in the lane that secured the win 56-54.

Warriors Stats (league play)

  • In league play, the Warriors average 62.3 points per outing.
  • Opponents of Clover Park average 42.3 points per game
  • Leading scorer for the Warriors is senior Tana Pritchard, with an impressive 19.6 points per game.

In spite of their home court advantage and their victory over the Warriors last year, the Trojans are the underdog in this matchup, statistically speaking. predicts the Trojans may come up short 58-47. If senior sharpshooter Kevin McCrossin ignites during the game and repeats the stellar performance he is known for, the Trojans could take the game and the esteemed position of league dominance.

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Edited by Autumn J. Conley

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