Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Middle School Action: Marlboro Middle Defeats Eisenhower Middle

Jeremy Gerringer's Treys Put Eisenhower Away

Jeremy Gerringer scored 10 points as Marlboro Middle School defeated Eisenhower Middle 40-32. Jason Czajkowski had a good showing for Eisenhower.

Top Performers

Jeremy Gerringer Guard (Marlboro Middle)- Gerringer came in at the start of the 4th quarter and went straight to work. He banged home a couple of treys that gave his squad the lead for the rest of the way. Jeremy also likes to pass the rock with some flair.

Evan Mondry Guard (Marlboro Middle)- Mondry was the primary ball handler for this group and did a good job. He got into the teeth of the defense while kicking the pill to open teammates. I really liked the scoop shot he made in traffic during the crucial 4th period. He loves the crossover spin move.

Phil Sagiliello Forward (Marlboro Middle)- Phil used his size to move some bodies around in the paint. He has a soft turnaround shot in the lane and is very aggressive on the glass. He’s definitely a bruiser.

Jason Czajkowski Guard (Eisenhower Middle)- Jason was the offensive force for EMS. He can definitely stick the outside shot, create off the dribble and finish at the rim. I like his total package and the confidence he carries on the floor.

Kyle Czajkowski Guard (Eisenhower Middle)- Kyle doesn’t look to score as much as his twin brother instead he’s a drive and kick guard. He has the ability to make the defense move and deliver the rock at the correct time. They form a legit backcourt.

Tyree Wilson Forward (Eisenhower Middle)- Wilson looked good on the wing before leaving the game with an injury. I like how he operates from the triple threat position and the size he has for a wing guard.

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