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District 10 Div I Basketball

Postby Windthorstfan » Thu Jan 09, 2014 10:10 am

Girls 1/3
Archer City 49
Seymour 36

Windthorst 12 24 37 51
Petrolia .....5..7 20 28
FT (W) 3-6, (P) 3-8

Olney ...7 17 22 34
Electra 16 27 39 51
FT (O) 13-18 (E) 15-19

Girls 1/7
Electra...10 12 16 22
Seymour..8. 24 33 40
FT (E) 0-0 (S) 6-16

Olney ........8 10 18 20
Windthorst 19 29 41 54
FT (O) 6-13 (W) 3-3

Archer City 4 11 21 27
Petrolia ....3 12 16 28
FT (A) 1-10 (P) 11-21

Windthorst 2-0
Archer City 1-1
Electra 1-1
Petrolia 1-1
Seymour 1-1
Olney 0-2

Boys 1/7
Electra ..3 11 17 28
Seymour 5 15 21 26
FT (E) 3-8 (S) 4-6

Archer City 21 27 41 43
Petrolia.....7. 15 21 31
FT (A) 4-13 (P) 0-0

Olney ......16 22 38 49
Windthorst 13 28 38 41
FT (O) 8-12 (W) 2-3

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Re: District 10 Div I Basketball

Postby acesfull » Thu Jan 09, 2014 10:29 am

Archer Ladycats kind of a mixed bag of jelly beans never know what ur going to get..beat a solid Seymour team by 13 and lose to an average Petrolia team and only score 27..things that make u go hmmmm.

AC boys are not bad have good shot at district title. Played a good Holliday team within 10 think. And eagles didn't pull ahead til late in game. They're getting better and will be tough out in district

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Re: District 10 Div I Basketball

Postby WindthorstDad » Thu Jan 09, 2014 10:51 am

acesfull wrote:Archer Ladycats kind of a mixed bag of jelly beans never know what ur going to get..beat a solid Seymour team by 13 and lose to an average Petrolia team and only score 27..things that make u go hmmmm.

AC boys are not bad have good shot at district title. Played a good Holliday team within 10 think. And eagles didn't pull ahead til late in game. They're getting better and will be tough out in district


Your girls will get it figured out, they're tough in any sport. I still think our Trojannettes are the favorite in district and possibly region.

Our boys team is much better than past teams we've fielded. But they MUST learn to close out games. They've had a chance to win every game they have played except the first one (Holiday). Believe the boys district is wide-open and any team could make the playoffs from this district.
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Re: District 10 Div I Basketball

Postby acesfull » Thu Jan 09, 2014 11:22 am

Well I do know this Friday will be fun..we will have to play our best against y'all's girls..personally we need to get it up tempo and chaotic that's when we are at our best. Our half court is not great...we are quick and play better in up tempo games...see what happens. Have to neutralize y'all's size and best ways to do that Is Makem run amd beatem to goal before yall can get set...

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Re: District 10 Div I Basketball

Postby WindthorstDad » Thu Jan 09, 2014 11:32 am

Agree with you on your game plan. We have a scrappy PG and will get it to our bigs as often as possible and they're difficult to defend. They also are decent foul shooters.

Boys game is a toss-up in my opinion. Not that AC is a one-man team but if our guards can slow down Caldwell, then I think our post players can be successful. But if they have to come off their man to help defend his drives down the middle, then other AC players may be open for easy buckets. Hope we play as tough as we did vs Olney and we should have a chance.
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Re: District 10 Div I Basketball

Postby acesfull » Thu Jan 09, 2014 12:31 pm

Caldwell is the real deal..boy can ball; however Tucker, bates, knobloch, and company give us some size and Morris.

Had to say now

AC, Seymour, olney I no particular order...and that's not overly confident just an opinion. I will say w some confidence no team gets out wo a loss or 2... Think it will be a mess by the end..lol

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Re: District 10 Div I Basketball

Postby WindthorstDad » Thu Jan 09, 2014 12:34 pm

Electra is pretty good as well and has already beaten Seymour and one of the reasons I believe this district is a toss-up on who wins any given night and eventually who makes the playoffs. Hope we stay healthy and continue to improve. We really need a W Friday night as I'm not sure we can dig ourselves out of an 0-2 start in district play.
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Re: District 10 Div I Basketball

Postby acesfull » Thu Jan 09, 2014 12:48 pm

Yeah forgot abt tigers they have some athletes. Just looking at offensive outputs by all teams none in the district are offensive juggernauts...which usually indicates ...lack of shooters ...or inconsistent ...no one is hardly breaking 50 and free throw shooting is horrible.

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Re: District 10 Div I Basketball

Postby Windthorstfan » Thu Jan 09, 2014 2:19 pm

I think we(girls) would prefer to get in a running game. Olney came out Tuesday and tried to slow the game down. Pretty sure their 4 buckets came after they ran about a minute off the clock and we either got bored defending or lost the person we were guarding and they had open lay-ups. It was pretty obvious they were running clock. It was pretty obviously what they were trying to do - their coach took a quick timeout at 6-2 with about 6 minutes to go. We then stole the ball and had another score. Second Timeout and took a third timeout with 5:02 left in the opening qtr at 12-2. Their fans were getting restless yelling at the players to drive to the basket and their coach was telling them no - don't do that run four (four corners)!!!! With a double digit lead we could have just sat in a zone and forced them to play but that we would rather get up and down the floor.

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Re: District 10 Div I Basketball

Postby WindthorstDad » Thu Jan 09, 2014 2:28 pm

We (boys) either had the lead or were tied with Olney boys most of the game. With a little over five minutes left (and the lead), they went to a stall causing us to have to foul them. They made most of their free throws which sealed the game. I do like stalls but I guess it worked for Olney this time. We need to have a large lead next time we play them to prevent the stall tactics I suppose.
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Re: District 10 Div I Basketball

Postby acesfull » Thu Jan 09, 2014 3:01 pm

Stall is great if you can run it consistently. Dean Smith of N..Carolina came up w on Of the best ..we ran it called it 4 corners or Blue, better have the free throw shooters though or it can get u out of rhythm and cost You

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Re: District 10 Div I Basketball

Postby Windthorstfan » Thu Jan 09, 2014 3:01 pm

I don't think it was necessarily a stall - they just slowed the game down and worked for good shots. There were more efficient running their offense and getting good looks. We seem to be perimeter based and went the shots aren't dropping and the other team is getting lay-ups well it's not going to turn out well. Olney mauled us (legally) on the offensive boards, we gave up way too many second and thrid chance points. In the fourth quarter they seemed to be a step or faster to loose balls as well.

It was a game of runs Olney jumped out to 16-9 following a steal and lay-up with 1:07 left in the opening quater. We then took a time-out and scored the final two buckets of the half to trail 16-13 after 1. Think we then scored the first 9 points to go up 22-16, so technically was a 13-0 run. Then Olney came back with a 6-1 run with 2:06 left in the half. Then we outscored them 5-0 to close the half. Olney opened second half with 8-0 run to go up 30-28, we had a 6-2 spurt to take 34-32 lead with 3:25 left in 3rd. They hit a bucket in the paint at the buzzer to tie the score at 38 going to the fourth. They score the first 6 points of the half and have a chance to for a 4 point play with 5:12 left in the game and us down by 6. They miss the free throw but get to the loose ball first in front of their bench. We get the ball back and we hit our 3 ptr with about 4:00 left in the game. We get the ball back and have a couple of chances to tie or cut to one but miss the shot or turn the ball over and Olney ices the game from the free throw line even though we had a couple of chances to cut into the lead but missed lay-ups or close shots didn't fall. We were probably 1 of 8-11 in the 4th qtr!!! We had our chances just didn't make the plays.

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Re: District 10 Div I Basketball

Postby acesfull » Thu Jan 09, 2014 3:28 pm

I was talking about the boys late in the game . I'm sure olney girls did try, they were outmatched and out athleted, which makes it common to try and slow game down to a crawl.

As far as boys some teams are better in half court sets offensively, so what really looks like a " stall" is actually just their offense and how they execute it

In girls in 2002 Sudan was great at this only problem is if u get one of these teams down its eerily similar to "power fball team" now they have to get out of their comfort Zone and try to play up tempo and catch up, usually doesn't work out well late in games.

In a "slow" paced game a 10 pt lead is equal to a 20 pt game because of Tempo
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Re: District 10 Div I Basketball

Postby WindthorstDad » Thu Jan 09, 2014 3:31 pm

I prefer an up tempo game any day.
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Re: District 10 Div I Basketball

Postby acesfull » Thu Jan 09, 2014 3:38 pm

WindthorstDad wrote:I prefer an up tempo game any day.



Yeah depends on match ups....truthfully w y'all height advantage I wld want a bang it out type w solid half court D and good sets vs up tempo as we are probably overall quicker up and down the CRT. I mean Lucido, wuthrich, Simms, and knobloch(for a big) can go really fast, although IMO a little out of control some but when they can turn you over it's a 40 yd dash all game long, which will wear ur bigs out; however y'all get back on d and have time to set d y'all have a distinct advantage Arnd the rim in heighth. ..IMO of course y'all may run us to death just a humble opinion

Of course in the end u are who u are and can't get to far away from it

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Postby WindthorstDad » Thu Jan 09, 2014 4:16 pm

I was referring to our boys team. Even our 6'+ guys run the court well and it's more exciting for the fans, even if we don't finish with a slam dunk. :-)
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Re: District 10 Div I Basketball

Postby acesfull » Thu Jan 09, 2014 4:55 pm

Oops we had both girls and boys going got lost in the middle...lol

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Re: District 10 Div I Basketball

Postby Windthorstfan » Thu Jan 09, 2014 8:05 pm

Control is very important. While we may not have the track speed of AC's girls, I think we have good quickness,athleticism. We have a strong 9, so an up and game doesn't scare us.

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Re: District 10 Div I Basketball

Postby acesfull » Fri Jan 10, 2014 8:01 am

Windthorstfan wrote:Control is very important. While we may not have the track speed of AC's girls, I think we have good quickness,athleticism. We have a strong 9, so an up and game doesn't scare us.



Didn't say anything abt being scared..saying it gives us a better chance as y'all are favored and shld be.

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Re: District 10 Div I Basketball

Postby WindthorstDad » Fri Jan 10, 2014 2:32 pm

Archer County basketball rivalry 2014 begins with JV in 1.5 hours and I can't wait. See you both at the games.
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Postby acesfull » Sat Jan 11, 2014 8:12 am

Great job windy..good varsity games which is all I saw and not much was behind concession stand. Y'all's v boys were unconscious in that first half and thought was the difference y'all Cldnt miss first half..think y'all had like 5-6 3s first half...great game though. District going to be a dog fight

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Re: District 10 Div I Basketball

Postby WindthorstDad » Mon Jan 13, 2014 10:15 am

We were very happy to earn our first district win against a quality opponent. Electra is 2-0 Petrolia 0-2 and everyone else 1-1 so I still think our district will be a dog-fight down to the end. Fun basketball to watch and yes Aces our guards were crazy hitting 3s in the first half. Still can't believe we had a 10-point first half lead and neither of our post (#15 or #35) had scored a single point. Hope we can keep the pace the rest of the way. Good luck to Ac as well, you have a solid bunch of boys.
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Re: District 10 Div I Basketball

Postby Windthorstfan » Mon Jan 13, 2014 10:21 am

Girls 1/10
Petrolia 6 23 33 44
Electra .7 11 12 22
FT (P)3-7 (E) 6-13

Seymour 12 20 25 38
Olney .....3..3..8 15
FT (S) 10-14 (O) 2-8

Windthorst 21 32 40 47
Archer City .8 28 34 37
FT (W) 12-28 (A) 7-21

Standings
Windthorst 3-0
Petrolia 2-1
Seymour 2-1
Archer City 1-2
Electra 1-2
Olney 0-3

Boys 1/10
Petrolia 8 17 27 37
Electra 16 34 42 49
FT (P) 4-9 (E) 16-25

Seymour 12 20 38 58
Olney......7 21 28 53
FT (S) 12-20 (O) 10-23

Windthorst 18 30 38 54
Archer City .8 20 38 50
FT (W) 7-15 (A) 5-11

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Re: District 10 Div I Basketball

Postby Windthorstfan » Mon Jan 13, 2014 10:30 am

WindthorstDad wrote:We were very happy to earn our first district win against a quality opponent. Electra is 2-0 Petrolia 0-2 and everyone else 1-1 so I still think our district will be a dog-fight down to the end. Fun basketball to watch and yes Aces our guards were crazy hitting 3s in the first half. Still can't believe we had a 10-point first half lead and neither of our post (#15 or #35) had scored a single point. Hope we can keep the pace the rest of the way. Good luck to Ac as well, you have a solid bunch of boys.


I think Petrolia is the bottom team in district. Any given night anything is possible but I think there is a gap between Electra, Seymour, and Olney, then Windthorst and Archer City. In order for us to stay in the race we had to beat AC, but to make hay and make the playoffs we are going to need at least 2 wins against my top 3 teams as well as knocking off AC again and Petrolia twice, which would put us at 6-4. That might put us in tie for 3rd and needing a playoff for the 3rd spot.

Yes, we hit early shots but for the most part have been doing it all year, but the bucket has become tighter for whatever reason in the 2nd half. Is 16 the most we have scored in the 4th this year in a tight ballgame?

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Re: District 10 Div I Basketball

Postby WindthorstDad » Mon Jan 13, 2014 10:50 am

16 may be the most 4th quarter points we've scored all year, but what hurts us the most is our consistent manner of coming out flat in the third quarter. Like our football team, we seem to go into a lull and then try to pull it out at the end. Not a good formula for wins in the long run.
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Postby acesfull » Mon Jan 13, 2014 12:08 pm

Really thought when we finally got the lead we would put the pedal to the metal and pull away by 6-8 but didn't happen. Thought we got away from what we do some, we are better at pushing the tempo especially our guard who really is hard to stop for anyone in open court, thought we had a couple opportunities to catch ya'll not set on defense and elected to pull it out instead of forcing ya'll to scramble some. Ya'll got you defense set and well on half court sets we are just not as effective.

As far as 3's windthorstfan, ya'll were 60% for the game from 3 land, so that is pretty much unconscious from that range when you consider 40-50% is pretty dang good from 3.

ya'lls guy hit the shot when it was tied up, tip your hat and go on.

On the girls first half was our undoing, ya'll are too solid to spot ya'll a double digit lead and expect to come back, we made a valiant effort and got within 2-3 couple times but that's a big mountain to climb and we still turn it over way too much, and a lot of them are unforced.

We have Electra, so our of frying pan into oven.

Overall our district will need to vastly improve on the boys side to have any of the teams make serious runs, with Muenster, Stamford and a cpl others sitting out there.

Girls I can see a cpl of them doing some damage in the playoffs, Windy, AC(I hope if we don't have another P-town screw up) and Seymour.

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Postby acesfull » Tue Jan 14, 2014 9:41 pm

AC boys and girls beat Electra tonight

Going to need a math whiz to figure out playof scenarios when all ad and done

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Re: District 10 Div I Basketball

Postby Windthorstfan » Wed Jan 15, 2014 9:44 am

1/14/14
Girls
Electra ......8 19 26 37
Archer City 13 26 36 40
FT (E) 7-12 (A) 10-22

Olney ....2..5 13 23
Petrolia 13 23 33 37
FT (O) 5-11 (P) 3-4

Seymour ....9 18 28 39
Windthorst 12 20 26 42
FT (S) 16-23 (W) 19-27

Windthorst 4-0
Petrolia 3-1
Archer City 2-2
Seymour 2-2
Electra 1-3
Olney 0-4

Boys
Olney .16 28 45 59
Petrolia 9 22 40 57
FT (O) 28-42 (P) 12-19

Electra .....7 15 23 42
Archer City 9 19 32 46
FT (E) 5-9 (A) 3-7

Seymour ...12 22 30 48
Windthorst 11 25 35 56
FT (S) 5-10 (W) 25-34

Archer City 2-1
Electra 2-1
Olney 2-1
Windthorst 2-1
Seymour 1-2
Petrolia 0-3

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Re: District 10 Div I Basketball

Postby WindthorstDad » Wed Jan 15, 2014 10:52 am

I believe the biggest stat from Windthorst/Seymour boys game was Windthorst making 25 of 34 free throws. Sending the Trojans to the foul line is a big mistake!
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Re: District 10 Div I Basketball

Postby acesfull » Wed Jan 15, 2014 11:19 am

That's crazy good gosh that's a lot of fouls...

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Postby WindthorstDad » Wed Jan 15, 2014 11:24 am

acesfull wrote:That's crazy good gosh that's a lot of fouls...


Can't remember his name but we had the older gentleman from Henrietta and the young red-headed kid as refs. They called everything. First half I think Seymour had 10 fouls and we had 8 or 9. It made for a long game with all the whistles and free throws but it sure paid off for us in the end. Not sure but I think our leading scorer had 22 points and only made four field goals so that means he'd made like 14 free throws for the rest of his points. Like you said, crazy.
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Re: District 10 Div I Basketball

Postby TwoMarksHand » Thu Jan 16, 2014 4:07 pm

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I'll keep updating it as the season goes...If I were a bettin man I'd bet that there's going to be a three-way tie when it's all said and done.
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Postby TwoMarksHand » Thu Jan 16, 2014 4:24 pm

BTW W1,W2,W3 originally stood for Week 1, Week 2, etc, but now i realize there are two games a week, so it now stands for the order in which the games were played
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Re: District 10 Div I Basketball

Postby acesfull » Thu Jan 16, 2014 5:14 pm

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acesfull wrote:That's crazy good gosh that's a lot of fouls...


Can't remember his name but we had the older gentleman from Henrietta and the young red-headed kid as refs. They called everything. First half I think Seymour had 10 fouls and we had 8 or 9. It made for a long game with all the whistles and free throws but it sure paid off for us in the end. Not sure but I think our leading scorer had 22 points and only made four field goals so that means he'd made like 14 free throws for the rest of his points. Like you said, crazy.



Makes for very very long game and no flow to it. Hard to get any rhythm to it when it gets stopped every 5 secs :D

Congrats on the win though

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Re: District 10 Div I Basketball

Postby WindthorstDad » Fri Jan 17, 2014 9:50 am

TwoMarksHand wrote:Image

I'll keep updating it as the season goes...If I were a bettin man I'd bet that there's going to be a three-way tie when it's all said and done.


Your prediction may be dead-on! Here's my prediction for our district after tonight; First, I'm going to pick Seymour over Petrolia. With that pick made, their will be two 3-1 teams, three 2-2 teams and one team at 0-4. Now that is what I call a tight district race!
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Re: District 10 Div I Basketball

Postby Windthorstfan » Fri Jan 17, 2014 12:05 pm

I think any given night any team can beat any team in the district. None of the teams particularly shoot free throws well - if a coach figures out the right player, if they have enough players, they could employ a "hack-a-Shaq" strategy.

FT percentages in district play
Windthorst 34 52 65.4%
Olney ......46 77 59.7%
Seymour ...21 36 58.3%
Electra .....24 42 57.1%
Petrolia ....16 28 57.1%
Archer City 12 31 38.7%

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Postby WindthorstDad » Fri Jan 17, 2014 12:32 pm

Windthorstfan wrote:I think any given night any team can beat any team in the district. None of the teams particularly shoot free throws well - if a coach figures out the right player, if they have enough players, they could employ a "hack-a-Shaq" strategy.

FT percentages in district play
Windthorst 34 52 65.4%
Olney ......46 77 59.7%
Seymour ...21 36 58.3%
Electra .....24 42 57.1%
Petrolia ....16 28 57.1%
Archer City 12 31 38.7%


True. We had an exceptional free-throw shooting night vs Seymour but you can't count on the refs to call that many fouls every game. Some will just let you play and you better be able to score in other ways if you wish to be successful.
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Postby TwoMarksHand » Fri Jan 17, 2014 3:37 pm

My predictions for this week
Archer City over Olney
Windthorst over Electra
Seymour over Petrolia
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Postby WindthorstDad » Fri Jan 17, 2014 4:07 pm

TwoMarksHand wrote:My predictions for this week
Archer City over Olney
Windthorst over Electra
Seymour over Petrolia


I like your predictions and hope that's how they turn out.
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Postby WindthorstDad » Fri Jan 17, 2014 4:07 pm

TwoMarksHand wrote:My predictions for this week
Archer City over Olney
Windthorst over Electra
Seymour over Petrolia


I like your predictions and hope that's how they turn out.
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Postby TwoMarksHand » Mon Jan 20, 2014 8:08 am

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Here is the new update. The places should be correct due to head to head matchups and records.
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Re: District 10 Div I Basketball

Postby Windthorstfan » Mon Jan 20, 2014 8:55 am

Girls 1/17
Petrolia 4 11 18 25
Seymour 2 .9 16 22
FT (P) 2-9 (S) 8-12

Windthorst 11 25 37 53
Electra ......6 18 20 35
FT (W) 12-28 (E) 5-6

Archer City 7 15 29 41
Olney .......6 13 19 26
FT (A) 15-33 (O) 7-20

Windthorst 5-0
Petrolia 4-1
Archer City 3-2
Seymour 2-2
Electra 1-4
Olney 0-5

Boys 1/17/13
Windthorst 12 22 33 54
Electra .....13 17 27 50
FT (W) 17-28 (E) 4-6

Petrolia .12 26 38 46 49
Seymour 14 28 41 46 48 (OT)
FT (P) 3-4 (S) 7-13

Archer City 8 17 23 45
Olney .......8 21 33 46
FT (A) 14-20 (O) 16-20

Olney 3-1
Windthorst 3-1
Archer City 2-2
Electra 2-2
Petrolia 1-3
Seymour 1-3

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Re: District 10 Div I Basketball

Postby WindthorstDad » Mon Jan 20, 2014 10:08 am

TwoMarksHand wrote:Image

Here is the new update. The places should be correct due to head to head matchups and records.


Windthorst lost to Olney so I believe Olney would hold 1st place currently. I believe Electra may present match up problems for Olney this week and of course we will be pulling for Electra to beat Olney. If that happens and we take care of business in Petrolia, we will finish the first half of district play in 1st place.

Not sure when the last time a Windthorst boys team finished in 1st place. I know they made the playoffs when my nephew played but that was 10 years ago.
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Re: District 10 Div I Basketball

Postby Windthorstfan » Mon Jan 20, 2014 10:56 am

Lots of basketball to be played, our only focus should be on Petrolia. Who cares where you finish after the first round, still five more games to be played. Should Petrolia beat us they are right back in the thick of playoff picture depending how the second half of district play plays out. We have played spoiler for so long. Last time we won district was 2006, but the last time we won a playoff game was 1999 when we went three rounds deep. We made the playoffs in '04, but the last time we advanced was as the 3rd qualifier in '07.

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Re: District 10 Div I Basketball

Postby WindthorstDad » Mon Jan 20, 2014 11:25 am

Windthorstfan wrote:Lots of basketball to be played, our only focus should be on Petrolia. Who cares where you finish after the first round, still five more games to be played. Should Petrolia beat us they are right back in the thick of playoff picture depending how the second half of district play plays out. We have played spoiler for so long. Last time we won district was 2006, but the last time we won a playoff game was 1999 when we went three rounds deep. We made the playoffs in '04, but the last time we advanced was as the 3rd qualifier in '07.


You're right of course; focus on Petrolia on Tuesday and then Olney on Friday. One game at a time.
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Re: District 10 Div I Basketball

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WindthorstDad thanks for the correction
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Re: District 10 Div I Basketball

Postby WindthorstDad » Tue Jan 21, 2014 11:23 am

Good article by Zach Duncan of Wichita Falls Times Record News on the parity and close games of District 10A - Division 1:

http://www.timesrecordnews.com/news/201 ... strict-10/
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Re: District 10 Div I Basketball

Postby TwoMarksHand » Tue Jan 21, 2014 12:47 pm

Well last round of games I went 1-3 hopefully I can do better than that. Here are my picks for this week
Olney over Electra
Windthorst over Petrolia
Archer City over Seymour
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Re: District 10 Div I Basketball

Postby TwoMarksHand » Tue Jan 21, 2014 12:48 pm

Hey windthorstdad can you give me a quick summary...you have to be subscribed to TRN
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Re: District 10 Div I Basketball

Postby WindthorstDad » Tue Jan 21, 2014 12:49 pm

I''ll shake things up and go with some upset picks:
Electra over Olney
Windthorst over Petrolia
Seymour over Archer City
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