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  1. mred

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    Emily Ryan now has 2899 career points, #3 in Kansas history. #1 is Jackie Stiles (3603) and #2 is Laurie Koehn (3160). Pretty good company.
     
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    Post edited with 2/29 results. I'll update with an article for Ryan's game if I find one.
     
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    Aubrey Joens and Iowa City High won their opener at state 59-40. Aubrey started out slow from a scoring standpoint but finished with 18 points.
     
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    I've updated the post to include these results.

    Next games are 3/5 for Donarski/Joens and 3/6 for Ryan. Joens will be another 10am game.
     
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    Johnston hits a 3 to take a 33-31 lead over City High at halftime. Aubrey has 11 points so far.​
     
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    Iowa City High lost to Johnston 71-61. Aubrey finished with I believe 22 points.
     
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    Iowa has got to get a shot clock for high school basketball. Watching a team pass and dribble for 2 min. makes for a boring low scoring game.
     
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    Only 8 state have shot clocks in HS basketball. Minnesota voted down a 35 second clock last year.
     
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    Comment towards the end of the game that they had a pre-season workout (10 teams from the different classes) in Cedar Rapids using the 35 second clock and other rules like college. The coaches all were in favor of that type of rules being used in the future.
     
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    It's amazing the effect it has on the game. You get down 10-12 points in the 2nd half you start worrying about having enough possessions to come back.
     
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    #192 mred, Mar 5, 2020
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    Donarski and her Aquinas team have had their postseason games streamed on YouTube (so far, at least). I found it a few minutes ago well after the game was completely in hand.

    https://www.youtube.com/user/KQEGTV

    Aquinas just won 86-40. Donarski had 27 points. I'll update the earlier post tomorrow when articles are available for this game and the Iowa City game.

    For anyone watching Aquinas from the link above, Lexi is #21 and her sister Macy is #2.
     
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    About six years ago Lamoni had the number two ranked team in the state. They lost in the first round because the other team used Lute Olson's four corner stall from start to finish. It wasn’t basketball. The better basketball team went home that day. I’ve heard a reason for not implementing a clock is cost.
     
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    I think this is complete and total BS. It cannot cost that much, and I imagine the IHSAA makes plenty of money to help offset the cost.
     
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    You could always implement the Elam ending if you didn't want the added cost of running a shotclock but wanted to remove the stall tactic.
     
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    Updated the playoff summary post with the Aquinas win and City High loss. Donarski apparently had 24, not 27 as I posted earlier.
     
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    Not sure how high school sports make the association much money. It ain't March Madness and the association doesn't pay for stuff like clocks and clock managers, the schools do.

    Wisconsin voted the clock in and than rescinded the vote because of backlash from school administrators on the cost to the schools.

    https://www.statesman.com/sports/20190131/area-high-school-basketball-coaches-shot-clock-worth-shot

    When people say it is not about the money it's about the money so when people say it IS about the money it really really is about the money. As cheap as tax payers are at the state and local level it's a miracle HS aren't charging tuition.
     
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    This is obviously way outside the box, but what if you do like wrestling and just create a "stalling" rule. Outside of the last 2 minutes of the game if the refs determine you aren't making a concerted effort to try to score you get a warning and the second time you lose the ball? I loathe the idea of leaving things to the discretion of refs, but the stalling is getting ridiculous, and if they really can't afford shot clocks they need to do something.
     
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    That's a interesting idea, kind of like the flop rule they installed in college this yr?
     
  20. mred

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    Updated with Ryan's win last night. You can watch the archived video here:

     

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