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RECAP: C.B.L. (NCAA) 5-7 DIV WEEK 2

Game 1 – Mustangs vs. Spartans

The first game on Sunday afternoon pitted the hi-power Mustangs against the talented Spartans. Both teams were without key players, Carlos Sandifer (Spartans) and Corey Jones, Jr. (Mustangs). While the Mustangs were able to convert baskets into points, the Spartans struggle to make a shot. The Mustangs jumped out to an early 6-0 lead. At one point in the 1st half the Spartans were down by 12 points. The Spartans were able to catch up and keep the game close going into the half. Second half the Spartans managed to take the lead, but didn’t hold on to it. The Mustangs wins 45 to 34.

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Tyran Davis
Tyran Davis

Davis got after it today, you can tell he wanted this win. He made some spectacular “And 1” shots that made the crowd roar. One thing you get in a big guard is rebounding and Davis snagged 7 of them. He filled the stats sheet with 5 points, 7 rebounds, 3 assists and some “WOW” moments you won’t find on any stats.

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Camren Taylor
Camren Taylor

Taylor struggle to find his shot in the beginning of the game, but got it going with a mid-range jumper from the foul line. He finished the game with 16 points on 2 NBA “3s” and knocking down some mid-range jumpers to lead all scorers for Week 2.

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TJ Moss
T.J. Moss

Moss used his athleticism to attacked the rim. You had to make a choice to foul him or make him earn it from the foul line. Moss did just that, 5 points from the charity stripe and 10 points from the field to finish the game with 15 points.

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Jordon Johnson

Johnson was the “x-factor” for the Mustangs getting the win. We know T.J. Moss, Noah Pope, and Leland Kirkendoll will do there thing, but the Spartans didn’t have an answer for Johnson. He knocked down 3 “Tre Balls”, a foul shot, and 2 points in the field to finish with 12 points.

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Game 2 – Tigers vs. Wildcats

I didn’t think this would be an exciting game, but I was wrong. The Wildcats got a new addition to the team with Dewayne “DJ” Jackson. The Tigers have two names that’s been on scene for a while in Blake Williams and Tadarrian Bonds. The Wildcats didn’t waste anytime jumping out on the Tigers and ending the first half with a 11 point lead. The second half started out much like the 1st ended, with the Wildcats keeping there lead. At the 6 minute mark in the second half is when the game turned for the Tigers. The Wildcats made some substitutions and the Tigers’ Williams enter the game from sitting most of it. The Tigers went on a run to win the game 43 to 36.

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Tadarrian Bonds
Tadarrian Bonds

Bonds was the only offense for the Tigers at times. He played hard on both sides of the ball. From his 5 free throw points, you know he was attacking the goal, to his 5 rebounds. Bonds played a complete game of basketball. It’s no wonder why he filled up the stats sheet with 9 points, 5 rebounds, 5 steals, and 1 assist.

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Blake Williams
Blake Williams

It was noticeable that Williams wasn’t into the game and the coach made a decision to sit Blake most 1st half and part on the second. He re-entered the game at the 6 minute mark in the second half. That’s when Williams left his mark of the game. He converted layups after layups, after layups. He did all his damage in those last 6 minutes in the game to pull out the victory for the Tigers.

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