The towns, teams, and players of the past.
Tempo of the game is set by how you decide to push the ball up the court with the guards. Do you have a designated outlet and someone to fly up the court? Being able to control the ball and take good shots is skill that has been lost by many teams in the last years. Look at a school that has alot of banners hanging on walls (not the ones that say 3rd in district Drama either) those programs could more than likely do both, push the ball and hold the ball. Sometimes you gotta do what you gotta do to win.
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I've been asked this question here.....was there a game played between Carrington and Mayport-CG in the 90's....i'm guessing 95-97 someplace, a regular season game where the score was in the twenties at the end of the game?
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VikeMike wrote:I'll put in a vote for the Fort Yates Warrior's 3OT come-from-behind upset win over Minot in the State A title game in 1973. If it wasn't the greatest game, it is one of them. It was certainly one of the best championship games, as well as the greatest finish.
This game gets my vote too.
I agree. Here is a link to a little story about that game (remember the name Archambault?):http://www.prairiepublic.org/radio/dako ... post=30438
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