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D-1
North:92
South:87

Jeronne Maymon was an absolute beast for the North showing he could score inside and outide and rebound as well. North also had a real good small kid i forgot his name but he was sensational with crafty moves to get to the basket and also had a nice 3 point shot. The South had Antone Byrd who led them in scoring. On the come up for the South was Antwan Oliver and Jamil Wilson both having okay games scoring and rebounding.
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nkartos
D1 - Maymon finished with 20 and 12 and was definitely a leader for the winning North team. Giordana hit three triples and ended up with 17. Nolan Free hit 7 consecutive points late in the fourth to help keep the lead for the North.

Ben Averkamp had 20 and 8 for the south. Jamil Wilson and Antone Byrd had 14 each and Ed Reed finished with 13.

D2 - The South jumped out to a 24-4 lead in the first quarter and coasted to a 95-53 win. Derek Braucht had a sold all-around game for the South with 18 points, 10 rebounds and 4 assists.

D3 - The North hit 9 first half threes but didn't hit any in the second half as the South came back to win 85-74. Jimmy Whitehead had 22 and 8 with about 4 dunks. Jerel Harris chipped in 16. Brennan Olson, Andy Popp and Derek Semenas each had 15 for the North.

I'll be posting a longer article and full box scores later on tonight or early tomorrow.
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minton132_old
MemorialBBall wrote:


D-1
North:92
South:87

Jeronne Maymon was an absolute beast for the North showing he could score inside and outide and rebound as well. North also had a real good small kid i forgot his name but he was sensational with crafty moves to get to the basket and also had a nice 3 point shot. The South had Antone Byrd who led them in scoring. On the come up for the South was Antwan Oliver and Jamil Wilson both having okay games scoring and rebounding.


You're thinking of either Nolan Free from Sheboygan North or Jordan Giordana from Kaukauna. Nolan was mentioned previously by Nick but Jordan has a ridiculously quick release from three and a whole ton of chest hair. I don't think I remember him doing much around the basket though.

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Congrats to Jade Royston of WI dells. It was reported that he raised (i believe) 7,600 for the MAAC fund. the game was for the children.




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memorialbball
minton132 wrote:


MemorialBBall wrote:


D-1
North:92
South:87

Jeronne Maymon was an absolute beast for the North showing he could score inside and outide and rebound as well. North also had a real good small kid i forgot his name but he was sensational with crafty moves to get to the basket and also had a nice 3 point shot. The South had Antone Byrd who led them in scoring. On the come up for the South was Antwan Oliver and Jamil Wilson both having okay games scoring and rebounding.


You're thinking of either Nolan Free from Sheboygan North or Jordan Giordana from Kaukauna. Nolan was mentioned previously by Nick but Jordan has a ridiculously quick release from three and a whole ton of chest hair. I don't think I remember him doing much around the basket though.



It was Jordan Giordana from Kaukana I was talking about.
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