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Bethel Christian vs HCS Stats 2-1-05

Player Points PPG FG FG % FT FT %
Loren Barton104.84/4100%2/2100%
Jonny Barton04.40/00%0/00%
Sean Bayer94.24/850%1/250%
Josh Ellis3.90/00%0/00%
Nate Glass1012.43/560%4/4100%
Billy Hague77.32/450%0/00%
Zach Howard149.91/333%0/00%
Preston Lamarca03.10/20%0/00%
Mike Maerzluft46.92/367%0/00%
Jordan Martinson21.71/1100%0/00%
Tyler O'Brien2.30/00%2/2100%
Mike Petersen910.72/367%0/10%
Khyl Pearson1.10/00%1/250%
Hesperia Christian
Team Totals71 66.720/3656%10/1377%

Player 3 Pointers 3 PT % Reb Asst Stls TO BS
Loren Barton0/00%72131
Jonny Barton0/10%01010
Sean Bayer0/00%61102
Josh Ellis1/1100%01010
Nate Glass0/30%14041
Billy Hague1/1100%33212
Zach Howard4/667%21010
Preston Lamarca0/20%10000
Mike Maerzluft0/20%25010
Jordan Martinson0/00%30040
Tyler O'Brien0/00%00010
Mike Petersen1/1100%32100
Khyl Pearson0/00%10010
Hesperia Christian
Team Totals7/1741%29205186

Game Stats

Team First Qtr Second Qtr Third Qtr Fourth Qtr Total
Bethel Christian1213102055

Game Review
Hesperia Christian took on Bethel Christian in a game in Lancaster and came away with a 71-55 victory and a guaranteed slot in the Div VAA playoffs. The Patriots remain in a tie for first place in the Agape League with Antelope Valley Christian. Bethel Christian is one game away from making the Div VA playoffs and is always tough to beat in their home gym. In fact, the Eagles tied HCS 12-12 after the first quarter. HCS was led by Junior Zach Howard's 14 points and the senior duo of Nate Glass and Loren Barton who each had 10 points. HCS, who only had a six point lead at halftime came out in the third quarter and put the Eagles away with a 28-10 quarter. HCS was again amazing from the free throw line making 10 of 13 for 77%.

On the downside, HCS only out rebounded Bethel Christian 29-26 despite an obvious height advantage. Defensively, HCS could not stop Mark Hicks from getting 25 points and allowed Josh Thies to get 6 three pointers.

On the bright side, all of HCS' players have now scored this season. Josh Ellis had a nice three pointer in the fourth quarter and Kyhl Pearson made a free throw. Frosh Tyler O'Brien scored the first two points of his varsity career from the charity line. The team in the fourth quarter only lost to Bethel's first string by 8 points. That bids well for HCS.

Bethel Christian falls to 10-8 while HCS goes to 11-10 and remains on top of the Agape League at 6-1. HCS next plays Joshua Springs this Friday in their final regular season home game.

(left)Senior Loren Barton ready to shoot.(right) Soph Jordan Martinson plays tight defense.

Game Preview
Hesperia Christian travels to Lancaster to take on Bethel Christian. Bethel Christian is presently 10-7 and 3-3 in Agape play. They beat Vasquez last night 73-59 in Lancaster.

HCS cannot overlook the Eagles. They almost beat Antelope Valley Christian last week. They have two of the best three point shooters in the Agape League. It will require HCS to play outstanding defense, an HCS weakness this season. They will have to jump out to an early first quarter lead (as they did last game against Bethel)and force Bethel Christian to play catch-up. Bethel Christian needs only one more win to make Div VA playoffs, a first for this school since 1999. HCS needs one more win to make CIF Southern Section playoffs and presently is leading the Agape League along with Antelope Valley Christian. HCS is presently 10-10 and 5-1 in Agape League.

Bethel Christian Eagles.

Number Player Points 3 pointers
1John UstaresIR0
12Josh Thies186
21Daniel MurrayDNP0
22Mark Hicks251
25Brett Eggerth00
31Daniel Vokay50
32Michael Cunningham71
Team Totals55 8

(L) Eagle Mark Hicks tries to get by HCS' Billy Hague. (R) Lorne Barton lays up for two.

Return Links

HCS Home Page
HCS Varsity Boys Page
HCS Schedule and Record 2003-2004 Page
HCS Varsity Boys' 2003-2004 Statistics Page