This is supposed to be for the week, not the season.
Originally Posted by pmtv15
Tri-Village ranked #2 in Div IV in State AP polls! 18-0 record. Kyle Pipenger hitting the 1,000 point in Dec and Shade Brubaker breaking the schools 12 year old record for most 3 pointers in one game in Jan. We have a player or two in the top ten in all categories of stats for Darke County. TV has clinched the Cross County Conference Title (shared at the least if not out right) this past week by beating Ansonia. That is why they deserve to be Team of the week. I am very proud to be a PATRIOT fan.
Ironton beat Huntington, WV AAA (Big School) Ranked #8 by 11 and beat the Defending NC D1 State Champions Macdonald Academy by 15.
Flora Macdonald, NC Defending D1 State Champions (This year they lost to National Ranked #17 Oak Hill Academy, VA 50-58 in OT)
The Cougers are led by 6'8 Rashad Anthony, 6'8 Jared Scott, 6'9 Forest Johnson and 6'4 SG Anton Wilson who is being Recruited by Baylor, Depaul and Rhode Island.
February 02, 2013 @ 12:00 AM
SPRING VALLEY -- Ironton was outsized by nearly four inches at every position
entering a Friday boys basketball matchup with Flora MacDonald of Red Springs, N.C.
However, Ironton showed why the word "fighting" is in front of its nickname Fighting Tigers as they outworked the Cougars in a 52-37 victory on day one of the Tri-State Hoops Classic at Spring Valley High School.
I was really proud of the effort out of all of our guys tonight, Ironton coach Mark LaFon said. Every one, even our young guys, came in and played really hard and didn't back down from the challenge.
Ironton's Trey Fletcher was a one-man wrecking crew in the first half, scoring all 20 of his points and grabbing six of his seven rebounds in the opening 16 minutes to lead the Fighting Tigers to a 26-21 lead. Fletcher picked up his third foul early in the second half and was forced to the bench, but the post play of Trevor White and Aaron Stephens stepped up in his absence.
White and guard Zac Carter led the offensive charge in the third quarter as Ironton built its lead to double digits by holding the Cougars to just six points in the period.
Carter finished with 14 points despite a difficult night shooting. He did provide one of the night's more electric moments when he showed off his jumping ability by swatting a shot into the bleachers by Flora MacDonald's 6-foot-8 forward Rashed Anthony.
White finished the night with 13 points while winning the battle down low against Anthony and 6-9 forward Forrest Johnson.
FLORA MACDONALD 10 11 6 10 -- 52: Day 5, Davis 2, Johnson 2, Scott 17, Anthony 7, Lewis 4.
IRONTON 10 16 16 10 -- 37: Stephens 2, White 13, Fletcher 22, Cox 3, Carter 14.
Flora Macdonald played Huntington Prep (National Ranked #7)
the following night
HUNTINGTON PREP 66, FLORA MACDONALD 44