|Player||Points||PPG||FG||FG %||FT||FT %|
|Player||3 Pointers||3 PT %||Reb||Asst||Stls||TO||BS|
|Team||First Qtr||Second Qtr||Third Qtr||Fourth Qtr||Total|
|Victor Valley Christian||5||11||14||10||40|
The Patriots jumped out to a early 15-5 lead increasing it to 37-16 at the half. Overall, passing was crisp, rebounding solid with 38 rebounds and they shot 36% from three point land. HCS did not let up as they pushed hard in the third quarter beating the Royals 32-14.Everyone played tonight and everyone played well. There were a few downsides tonight to fix. Again HCS shot poorly from the free throw line making only 59%. That figure drops to 33% if one drops Martinson's perfect 2 for 2 and Jonny Barton's 5 for 6 from the free throw line. Royals Tim Abraham and Tyler Rasmussen, known good three point shooters each got two threes, both completely uncontested. HCS had 19 turnovers, the fifth highest turnover rate this season. Against Victor Valley Christian, that should not have occurred. Now HCS is 6-9 (1-0) and atop the Agape League at the moment. The playoff count is now 5 wins. HCS next meets Bethel Christian at home on Friday.
That being said, the Royals cannot be overlooked. They have five players averaging in double figures so far this season. Lavelle Etheridge, Mark Brewer and Andrew Porter are their three top scorers, each averaging about 11-12 points per game. Mark Brewer is their top rebounder with almost 8 rebounds a game. They average 65 points a game and 33 rebounds per game.
HCS presently has as many losses as they had all last season (8) and need six more wins to make CIF Southern Section playoffs.
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