I don't know names, never bought a program. I could be wrong and maybe he's just injured. The short kid they rely on for 3's is a Pappas, his father played 90-93 and there's a Schindlewolf on the floor as well. The warmups read "Family First" or something. Seems appropriate as those two sophomores never come out no matter how many turnovers and airballs.Who is the point guard that transferred?
HVAC you are so clueless we just played them and they are so young they will struggle all year and we set are game plan to face guard the red head who is only a sophomore and he still hit 3 3s on us. He shoots the 3 at 40 percent and yes he is to small to play the 1 as of now. They are playing so much better after the PG left he never stepped on the floor until this year at any level. Coaches realized he was not very good and were putting him on the bench that's why he left. I can only imagine how good you were I do bet you never played a minute of varsity basketball. You make up stats and think people listen to you there very easy to find if you look. He averages 7 3s attempted a game and makes a average of 3. Look it up. Schindewolf shoots a little lower percentage but still can stroke it. That's 2 sophomores and there 6'4 post is a sophomore. We will probably drop them after this year with so many upperclassmen. Also there only win came against a team we lost to.
MHS vs Triway: Pappas shot 13, made 5. Schindelwolf shot 12, made 2.
Not to get in the middle of this, but here are the stats from Manchester vs Triway:I have no idea where you got your stats but you aren't even close on attempts and makes.
That's my point but some would rather argue stats which are never accurately reported in manchester sports. The team shows sparks of talent but tragically undercooked with a coaching staff that shows no sign of being able to develop a winning combination and zero ability to market any of the boys for their future. Celebrating your 3 on the court during a 1-12 season shows immaturity but the coach won't nip it. If you're lucky enough to be the ONE (possibly two) that the coach favors you'll come out somewhat okay. Coach cannot read the game and adjust and cannot close out a game to save a life. He'll never have a fully successful team when one (or two) get a pass on endless airballs and turnovers while the rest get blasted and beat down on the bench or in the locker room (you can hear it through the walls). Sending him to anger management classes hasn't helped the teams attrition rate, nor does breaking clipboards or replacing the bench he loves to kick with his cowboy boots. Makes one wonder how many better players are cheering from the jungle or are wearing different colors now. Speaking of which, I spoke with the 6'4" sophomore post's grandfather in the concession line. He admitted that they've considered moving him to Northwest, the kid wants out. Also two of the three freshmen on varsity are exploring other school options not to mention a female varsity superstar who's on the hunt for another team after a recent change in coaching staff there. Very interesting what you hear when you listen in the stands and hallways.Always wasted talent at Manchester in the past 30 years.