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Kiski Tip Off: Day Two Recap

Posted on 15. Nov, 2010 by Nolan Shulman in Canada Spotlight, High School, Tournaments


It was another great day in Saltsburg, PA, taking in a full slaight of games.  While REDA didn't show up with the same level of intensity as they did in day one, Next Level Prep and Kiski gave us three games that kept us on the edge of our seat.  Here's a look at the results and who stood out !!!



10:00 am - Covenant Christian (GA) vs. REDA Prep (CAN) - 56-42

11:30 am - Imani Christian (PA) vs. Princeton Day (MD) - Princeton Day 92-72

1:00 pm - NIA Prep (NJ) vs. Metro Prep (CAN) - NIA Prep 79-76

2:30 pm - Kiski School (PA) vs. Next Level Prep (CAN) - Kiski 93-88




Standout Prospects

Marquis Clayton, Next Level Prep (5-10, 2011)

Not many negatives we can draw from the performance Marquis gave on day two.  He torched Brandon Bos and Major Canady for 41 points, connecting on multiple three's, getting to the basket at will, and getting to the line and knocking them down.  Despite scoring 41, it was the pressure he put on the basketball that had us fired up.  He pestered the ball handlers all night and forced Kiski into some terrible turnovers.  It wasn't enough to get it done vs. Kiski Prep, but it did leave everyone in the crowd in awe and us in a state of panic, wondering how he fell under our radar for so long. 

Connor Wood, REDA (6-4, 2012)

While he didn't have his best outing on day one, Connor was the only one who brought it for REDA's game vs. Covenant Christian.  He made shots, finished above the rim, played good defense, and brought the energy the rest of his teammates forgot. 

Brandon Bos, Kiski Prep (6-1, 2011)

It was a great point guard duel on day two and although Brandon didn't get the best of it, he certainly had a good game scoring the basketball.  He made three's with his feet set and off the dribble, he got to the rim and finished, and got himself to the free throw line.  The one thing Brandon needs to work on is putting more pressure on the basketball and keeping his guy in front of him.  He has the lateral foot speed to do it, he just needs to make that a priority going forward.  His 23 points were instrumental in Kiski hanging on for the victory. 

Sim Bhullar, Kiski Prep (7-5, 2012)

Another outing, another dominant performance for the big fella.  His ability to take up space and catch everything thrown at him was too much for Next Level to overcome.  Even with 41 from Marquis Clayton, it was Sim who was the game's biggest factor.  He made Emmanuel Ajayi a complete non factor, and seemed to punish him into giving up.  He blocked shots, altered shots, and made it extremely difficult for Next Level's pair of slashing guards to get anything near the rim. 







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