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Thursday, February 02, 2006

Don't tell Roy Lang III, but ...

Just saw the story on the girl's high school star who dropped 113 POINTS!!! on an opponent. Now, this is not her career point total over a single opponent, this is in one game!

Epiphanny Prince led her team (no kidding) to a 137-32 romp over Brandeis High School in New Jersey.

SIDE NOTE: I'm sure McCallum would be horrified to learn that Prince is known to play basketball during all four seasons of the year.

Following Roy's crying towel moment about Kobe Bryant going off on the Toronto Raptors for 81 points, I can't help but think Roy would lapse into a coma over a high school girl's 113-point effort. (And if he did, who would notice, really?)

Anyhow, you have to put it all into prespective ... if not for Prince's 113 points, her team loses 32-24 due to an obvious lack of scoring support from the bench.

I'm off to Orlando, but I'm sure each of you in the Free For All will make like a Miami Hurricanes defender and take your shots after the whistle.


Blogger Brian McCallum said...

Michael Messerly going on vacation. Hmmmm. Must be an odd-numbered week.
Anyway, I read a comment from the losing coach who said her team didn't even play defense in the second half. Wow, nice coaching.
I'm reminded of Joe Raymond Peace of Louisiana Tech after Houston defeated the Bulldogs in the Astrodome, 72-2. He said it wasn't John Jenkins' fault, it was his.
I know I didn't enjoy that stupid and annoying siren going off for every Houston score, and I'm sure Joe Raymond didn't either, but he said the right thing.
That HS coach could learn a lesson. Maybe the team could use a new coach.

1:52 PM  

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