Posted by 5A-nal retentive on February 13, 2019 at 10:44:10:
In Reply to: Re: Congratulations Oakwood - Final Score Oakwood 59-Nordoff 40 posted by English Professor on February 12, 2019 at 23:19:49:
: : : : : : : : : Who are the top teams remaining and most likely to get to semi finals and final?
: : : :: : : : Oakwood is a huge favorite now to win 5A with the transfer they have, he is the only actual talented basketball player in the entire division over 5'10. Would be a huge surprise if anyone comes within 15/20 of them.
: : : : : : : What about on top half of bracket? Western Christian, Bloomington Christian?
: : : : : : Nope Western Christian got smacked anytime they played a decent team, and Bloomington only played small schools and will probably lose to the first decent team they play
: : : : : Can this guy staff off the board? Its turning into Santa Clarita Christian all over.....tooting ones own horn over and over and over again! Give it a REST DUDE! Oakwood is an Avg. team that NO ONE cares about. 5A is almost like winning LA CITY PARK REC 16-18U! I wonder if this guy goes to games and is in a skirt with pom poms!! LOL!
: : : : : GOOOO GORILLAS (high kick - ripped pants!_
: : : : Oakwood did what they had to do tonight which was to play their game and they did, shutting down Nordoff and winning going away 59-40. Good job Gorillas. 2 down, 2 to go. (And then on to State)
: : : "Winning going away" means pulling away at the end of an otherwise close game - Oakwood dominated after the first quarter and coasted in the fourth.
: : : Two down, one to go until state playoff eligibility, then one more until the Championship game at Godinez.
: : LOL - semantics -OK - they didnt "win going away" they pounded Nordoff. You say tomato and I say ToMAAto - regardless they won BIG. I predict Oakwood is going to win the whole enchilada. State Champs in D5A. Go Gorillas!
: Actually, Win going away means that the team is winning and still pulling away from the team it beat....like an easy win
Both teams scoring the same amount of points in the fourth quarter does not fit the definition of "winning going away".
They "won big", just not by 20+ as SOME *cough* predicted.
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