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This could be a very interesting game on Thursday. Germantown has already beat Homestead twice, but Homestead had the opportunity in both games to beat GT. To beat a good team three times in a year is very difficult. Is anyone as surprised as I am that GT is 24-0 this year? I thought this may be a little down year and next year they would be pretty good again!
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db11
hsbballfan wrote:

This could be a very interesting game on Thursday. Germantown has already beat Homestead twice, but Homestead had the opportunity in both games to beat GT. To beat a good team three times in a year is very difficult. Is anyone as surprised as I am that GT is 24-0 this year? I thought this may be a little down year and next year they would be pretty good again!


Yes and no. What it has proven is that no one has solved G-Town's system yet. Their relentless style of play is tough to handle even for teams with a lot of horses to run with them.

One thing of note, G-Town big man Conner Edmonds is back in the lineup after missing a good portion of the year with a leg injury. He missed both Homestead games. This will give G-Town another big body to try and handle Jaylen Key.
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db11 wrote:
hsbballfan wrote:

This could be a very interesting game on Thursday. Germantown has already beat Homestead twice, but Homestead had the opportunity in both games to beat GT. To beat a good team three times in a year is very difficult. Is anyone as surprised as I am that GT is 24-0 this year? I thought this may be a little down year and next year they would be pretty good again!


Yes and no. What it has proven is that no one has solved G-Town's system yet. Their relentless style of play is tough to handle even for teams with a lot of horses to run with them.

One thing of note, G-Town big man Conner Edmonds is back in the lineup after missing a good portion of the year with a leg injury. He missed both Homestead games. This will give G-Town another big body to try and handle Jaylen Key.


Hammer meet nail. I think Germantown survives this game, and advances to Madison (again) on Saturday.

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