Week Nine Highlights
Raptors 19, Bobcats 11: Ryan Buchholz and Alex Weiner each basket at crucial times in this defensive battle.The Raptors' defense kept a strong Bobcat steam quiet through most of the game. Stephen Halusan, Matthew Schwemmer and Ben Schaefer scored as well for the Raptors.
Wizards 26, Landmark Credit Union Pacers 21: The Wizards played a strong game on both ends of the court, but the Pacers remained undefeated with a 21-14 victory. For the Wizards, Adam Lancaster, Jack Von Rueden and Bryce Miller had four points each,and Joey Jicha added two. Alex Underwood played a brilliant game on defense, and Tyler Torosian was active on both ends of the court.
Week Eight Highlights
Raptors 25, Supersonics 12: The Raptors improved to 7-1 with a team effort. Stephen Halusan, Ben Schaefer, Matt Schwemmer, Kevin Trecek and Alex Weiner all scored multiple baskets. Dominick Battistini, Ryan Bucholz, Jordan Korom and Cooper Waring kept the opponents at bay with tough defense.
Wizards 26, Timberwolves 2: The Wizards'team defense and strong rebounding proved to be the difference.Adam Lancaster led the Wizards with 10 points, Bryce Miller and Jon Kryszewski had five points each, and Joey Jicha, Jack Von Rueden and Kyle Kraninger each had two.
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