SHSS jr boys come from behind to beat Crowe

The Stanley Humpries Secondary School Junior Rockers overcame a slow start to beat JLC at home on Wednesday afternoon.

The Stanley Humphries Secondary School Junior Rockers overcame a slow start to beat JLC at home on Wednesday afternoon.  Rockers trailed 11 to 4 early in the first quarter.  JLC Forward Adrian Moreau scored 10 of his 18 points in the first quarter to lead a strong start for the Hawks.  Rockers recovered with 12 – 0 run to recover a lead they would hold for the remainder of the game.  Matt Anderson lead SHSS with 14 points and eight rebounds.  Shayden Groshaw played a strong game and ended with 11 points. Nathan Soukeroff controlled the paint and collected 14 rebounds.  The Rockers shook off the slow start and resumed their usual tough defence.  The win makes SHSS 2 and 0 in league play and 6 and 3 overall in the campaign.

The players now get a short break from Game action for provincial exams.  Next game is January 31st vs. Rossland.  They follow that up with the LVR invitational tournament on February 1 and 2.

 

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