RESULTS & RECORDS
Week 2 of Pistons Academy is in the book, see below for a quick recap of the games.
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Titan 33, Bears 20: 6 players scored for the Titans and they were led by Thomas Romito (aka T-Ro) who poured in a gam high 13 points in route to victory. The Bears fought hard throughout and were led by Kyle Wood who scored 11 points.
Rockets 37, Pacers 27: Both teams played well. Cutch shooting propelled the rockets to the 10 point victory as Charlie Garbowski scored 14 points and grabbed 5 boards. Hunter Gerwolls and Jayden Hakkany led the Pacers in scoring.
Lakers 33, Clippers 28: Great team work throughout this game for both teams. The Lakers were able to execute on the offensive end down the stretch to claim victory. Raz Leyba mad nice passes and hit clutch shots in the final two minutes of the game. The Clippers were plagued by foul trouble as Jack Decker fouled out midway through the second half.
Raiders 15, Knights 13: A game won in the last seconds for the Raiders by Spencer Sherr who hit the go ahead basket with 30 seconds left. Tony Forbes also scored 6 points for the Raiders. The Knights played a great game with 3 players scoring in the game; Charles Michaeux scored 8 points for his team.
Blackhawks 18, Chargers 12: The Blackhawks start their season off with win over the Chargers. Mikias Mckinney led the Blackhawks with 9 points and 5 rebounds. The Chargers had a good offensive outing but struggled in transition defense to stop the faced past team. Jon Schwartz scored 6 points for the Charges, along with Avery Gach who had 6 block in the game.
Wolves 31, Falcons 21: The Wolves start the season off with a win over the Falcons. Relying on a strong offensive outing Teddy Abbot scored 9 points in the game. Franklin Hill also scored 7 points and had 5 rebounds. The Falcons are improving as they stayed in the game until the end. Brandi Campbell had a game high of 8 points and 7 rebounds.
Wolverines 26, Huskies 16: The Wolverines win their second of the season giving them a 2-0 record. Andrew Labarre had great performance putting up 8 points and blocking 4 shots on defense. Parker Levin and Rick Sparby also combined for 12 points for the Wolverines. The Huskies improved from the first week but are still struggling with scoring power. Lucas Kallabat was the leading scorer with 7 points and 3 assist for the Huskies.
Hoosiers 42, Louisville 15: The Hoosiers had an all-start performance as they blew out the cardinals by 27 points. Multiple players from the Hoosiers scored in double figures. Steven Clippert and Dillon Cotton both had 10 points in the game. Louisville struggled on both ends of the floor to slow down the fast paced Hoosiers. Logan Mann was the main scorer for the Cardinals with 6 points and 3 assist.
Warriors 42, Bulls 35: A game of runs for both teams displayed their offensive power. The Warriors showcased their talent in the 1st and 4th quarter to come out with a 7 point win. Noah Adamczyk scored 19 points by knocking down 5 shots from beyond the 3-point arc. Max Young also contributed 13 points and shot 100% from the free throw line. The Bulls were lead by their star player Isaih Rubin who brought them back in a game with 4 consecutive 3’s, tallying 16 points in the game.
Lakers 38, Pistons 33: The Lakers beat the Pistons in the opening week of the Pro Division. Aidan Trierweiler lead the Lakers with 20 pts and 8 rebounds. The Pistons relied on good team basketball to gain most of their offensive points. In the end they struggled on the defense end. Top scoers for the Pistons were Timothy wilt with 8 points and Hari Kadakol with 8 points.
Sparxx 17, Wings 10: The Sparxx clip the Wings as they earn their first win of the season by 7 points. Top scorer for the Sparxx was Emilia Johnston with 13 points. Catherine Hiemstra carried the scoring load for the Wings as she had 6 if the team 10 points. The Wings will look to bounce back next week.
Lady Pistons 30, Spirits 6: A tough game for the Spirits as they played their heart out, but struggled to score against the tough defense of the Lady Pistons. Emily Jacoby was a highlighted player in the game as she scored 2 points but grabbed 8 rebounds. The Lady Pistons start off the season 1-0 but have a tough match up in this weeks schedule.
Duke 34, Hoyas 22: The Duke Bluedevils start their season off with a 2-0 record over the Hoyas due to another stellar performance by Sammy Klein who scored 17 points. Jalen Palmer also contributed 9 points and 7 rebounds for the Bluedevils. The Hoyas drop to 0-2 for the season with a tough loss. Harrison Dembs scored 9 points and notched 5 assists for the Hoyas.
Broncos 49, Spartans 24: The Broncos charge past the Spartans with a big performance from Jack Genzlinger who scored 16 points. Agostino Muzio also contributed 13 points in Broncos win. The Spartans were short on player but still played with maximum effort. After a tough first half of only scoring 2 point the Spartans came out in the second half and went on a 14-4 run. Ryan Witt scored 8 points for the Spartans.
Celtics 32, Suns 25: The Celtics start their season off with a win over the stacked Suns. Bryan Thomas and Cody Krause combined for 15 of the teams 32 points. For the Suns Gabe Singer lead the team in the points category with 6. Charlie Weiner also contributed 5 points and 8 rebounds.
Heat 31, Spurs, 17: The Heat start off the season hot by a 14 point win over the Spurs. Ethan Lulkin had a great game scoring 14 points and shooting 5 of 9 from the free throw line. The Spurs struggled on offense only scoring 17 points in the contest, their top scorer was Sam Mercer with 6 points and 10 rebounds.
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