Re: Troy girls basketball begins learning process in loss to powerful Windward


[ Follow Ups ] [ Post Followup ] [ SoCalHoops Womens Forum ] [ FAQ ]

Posted by Thank you. on November 19, 2018 at 08:06:53:

In Reply to: Re: Troy girls basketball begins learning process in loss to powerful Windward posted by Reality on November 18, 2018 at 19:22:27:

: : : : : : : : Troy girls basketball begins learning process in loss to powerful Windward

: : : : : : : : Troy’s girls basketball team started two freshmen, a sophomore and two juniors Thursday night against arguably the most talented and one of the most experienced teams in Southern California.

: : : : : : : : For the first quarter, the host Warriors struggled as expected, probably even a little more.

: : : : : : : : [SIDE COMMENTARY: When other Coach calls off the defensive pressure to work on certain plays and/or give some players some minutes. Please do not think Troy really "won" the final 3 quarters]

: : : : : : : : But for the final three periods, Troy flashed the promise that could make it one of more entertaining teams to follow this winter in Orange County.

: : : : : : : : Windward outscored Troy 22-0 in the first quarter and recent UCLA-signee Charisma Osborne finished with 19 points as the reigning CIF-SS and state Open Division champion Wildcats raced to a 62-42 victory in the season opener for each team.

: : : : : : : : The Warriors, however, edged Windward 42-40 over the final three periods and gained some of the experience they are chasing. Junior Aaliyah Tu’ua came off the bench to lead Troy with 12 points while freshman Hannah Stines added nine points.

: : : : : : : : Freshmen Isabella Pearson and Aliyah Gonzalez combined for three 3-pointers while Stines showed a strong left-handed finish on a give-and-go from sophomore center Endigo Parker in the fourth quarter. Stines also sank a 3-pointer in the third.

: : : : : : : : Junior Anaiyah Tu’ua added four points and four steals.

: : : : : : : : “The youngies have to learn,” Troy coach Roger Anderson said. “You can see we’re going to be good. It’s just going to (take) time and some growing pains. I told them the biggest thing is, one, we got to go out and have fun.

: : : : : : : : “In the second half, we actually had smiles on our faces. … We didn’t have that in the first because it’s all the nerves.”

: : : : : : : :
: : : : : : : : Windward made made 8 of 19 shots from the floor in the first, including 4 for 7 from beyond the arc. Troy went 0 for 10 from the floor in the open frame.

: : : : : : : : Windward finished with nine 3-pointers.

: : : : : : : : Unsigned Windward senior India Otto made four shots from beyond the arc en route to 12 points. Dartmouth signee Kaiyah Corona also finished with 12 points.

: : : : : : : : Osborne opened the game with a 3-pointer and finished with seven points in the first period. The senior didn’t play much toward the end of the game as Windward used its bench.

: : : : : : : : “It’s always nice to start strong,” Windward coach Vanessa Nygaard said. “I think (Troy) missed some shots that they would normally make. … I think it they make some of those shots, this game is very different.”

: : : : : : : : In other games:

: : : : : : : : In the Oxford Academy Tournament:

: : : : : : : : Oxford Academy 56, Sunny Hills 26: Angie Choi scored a career-high 23 points and the host Patriots (3-0) played a strong press to advance to Saturday’s 7:30 p.m. championship game against visiting Foothill.

: : : : : : : : Foothill 48, Orange Lutheran 34: Megan Jones scored 13 points to lead the Knights (3-0) to the finals at Oxford Academy.

: : : : : : : Thank you so much for this report I am a girl's basketball fan from the ie and this was very refreshing please continue to keep us in the loop really appreciate the way it was written thank you

: : : : : : You are truly a moron to think that this person wrote the report. This person stole the article from the Orange County Register. This is the kind of thing that has caused newspaper reporters to lose their jobs because their hard work is being put on websites without their consent or without them being paid for it. The local newspaper where I live everyone that did the sports reporting lost their jobs. So a group of them started their own newspaper and do a lot of social media work. Everything that they do is given to them by people who donate or pay subscription fees. This kind of plagiarism is why you don't see reporters at girls basketball games that much. But then people on here love to complain about how girls basketball doesn't get any support or coverage in the newspaper. Just think if all of you paid for a subscription or bought a newspaper that would change but nope that would be too much to ask.

: : : : : Ok now go find something worthwhile to do.

: : : : No, the poster has a valid point. The reporters do not get respect for their work when we copy/paste their articles without any reference. The article’s link should have been only posted and have people view the webpage for the newspaper. And then we complain about not getting coverage? Come on.... we can’t have it both ways. (Also the game didn’t have a gate admission so anyone could have enjoyed the game... but that’s none of my business)

: : : Reporters losing jobs has nothing to do with what people do with their articles. Reporters are losing their jobs because the Owners of these Newspapers, who are Capitalists, are trying to make the biggest profit they can at the expense of the employees they let go and of the communities they're suppose to be offering coverage too. These Employers could careless about families in their communities unless they are giving them money and even then that's the only thing they care about. Welcome to the real world of Capitalists.

: : They make their money off of clicks and ad revenue. If someone enjoys their work, you should link it to the website so that they get the exposure and ad revenue. So yeah, reporters losing their jobs does have to do with what people do with their articles

: You're full of BS just like our President. Congrats.

My Thoughts.
1. Please Post the link to the Article so the writter can get credit.
2. The "Moron" (unjustly called). I read the post and he was
a. thanking the original poster for the update.
b. Asking to keep up with the whats happening as its hard to get info on girls basketball.
c. Complimented the way the (post) article was written.
I don't see what benifit the original poster would gain by taking credit. I believe not adding a link or naming the writer was probalbly and oversight.
The second post ("moron") seemed to have and attitude of gratitude for information he enjoyed and has a difficult time finding.
Again a link or naming of the reporter I never saw in this thread.

To the hater of Capitolism. Check out whats happing in the real world. Start with Communism and look at communist countries. Anyway your post made me look at capitolism and say Thank you God.




Follow Ups:



Post a Followup

Name:
E-Mail:

Subject:

Comments:

Optional Link URL:
Link Title:
Optional Image URL:


[ Follow Ups ] [ Post Followup ] [ SoCalHoops Womens Forum ] [ FAQ ]