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Sunday, January 27, 2013

Middle School BBB 2013-01-24 OHMS @ NWMS

Last Thursday afternoon the OHMS and NWMS boys basketball teams wrapped up their seasons with a pair of games in the North Whidbey gym.

In their first meeting, on December 20th, the NWMS 7th grade team blew OHMS away, winning 56-28.  That didn't happen again last Thursday.  OHMS came out ready to play.  While OHMS trailed 8-5 at the end of the first quarter, they led 15-13 at halftime.  The NWMS Cougars regained the lead in the 3rd period and led 20-17 going into the final quarter.  In that final quarter, Jordan Bell scored 7 of his game-high 15 points and with 15 seconds left the game was tied at 29.  In those final seconds, OHMS had numerous opportunities to take the lead but missed 6 of 6 from the free throw line.  Now with only 1.8 seconds left and the score still 29-29, it was Marcus Carr at the line to shoot 2.  He missed the first, but sank the second for his only point of the game, but gave NWMS the 30-29 victory.  For OHMS, in addition to Bell's 15 pints, Noah Herrera scored 7, Joseph Arinaza 6 and Nate Chrism 1.  The Cougars spread the scoring, with 9 players getting points.  Tops was Caleb Johnson with 7, then Andrew Miller w2ith 5.  Brennan Ney, TJ Passmore and Max Nuanex each scored 4, Jerome Ruffins and Marcus Foxx 2 each, and Chris Trisler and Marcus Carr with 1 each.

The first OH/NW meeting ended with a 52-14 OHMS win, but this game was also much closer.  While OHMS led 17-7 at the end of the first, it was 29-21 at halftime, and might have been 26-21 but for a half-court swish at the buzzer by Tyler Jackson.  The Panthers gained complete control of the game in the second half, outscoring the Cougars 16-10 in the 3rd then held on to win 54-42.  Scoring for NWMS - Ramon Booker 23, Dominic Sotoa-STevens and Kory Score 4 each, Alex Hartley and Jayse Mullins 3 each, Nate Mecom and Sam Zook 2 each and Logan Bell 1.  For OHMS it was Dylan Bailey and D'Andre Bellamy with 14 each and Tyler Jackson with 12.  Josh Coe added 5, Josh McKenzie 4, Isaiah Brown and Jomar Perez 2 each and Kenneth Morrow and Noah Marshall with 1 each.

Next up for middle school sports is girls basketball and wrestling, which start practice this coming Monday.

Photos from the 7th grade game are posted HERE.

8th grade photos are posted HERE.


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