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  GILBERT VS WILLIAMS FIELD - February 15, 2019  

 


Boys hoops: Gilbert's late 1st-half run keys 56-36 win over Williams Field
February 15, 2019 by Les Willsey, AZPreps365

There were early danger signs for 5A boys basketball top-seed Gilbert on Friday night.

Starting 6-foot-7 center Carson Towt headed to the bench with two fouls in the first 2 minutes and 21 seconds of the opening quarter. Add a dismal 2 for 11 shooting quarter to the mix (Williams Field was 1 for 11) and the Tigers could put not distance between them and the Black Hawks.

However, as has been the case all season Gilbert had a remedy for early ills. This time it was senior forward Jake Ehmann and a nifty two-minute close to the first half by the Tigers. That added up to a 56-36 victory at the Jungle.

Gilbert (27-1) and winners of 25 consecutive games, advances to Monday's semifinals at ASU's Wells Fargo Arena to face No. 4 seed McClintock, a 63-59 winner over No. 5 Cactus Shadows. Game time is 7:30 p.m. Gilbert's only loss is to 6A No. 1 seed Pinnacle.

A large crowd on both sides enjoyed the game, but Tigers' fans were raucous after the final buzzer celebrating the boys addition to the semis with the girls hoops team on Monday.

"With Carson getting those two fouls so quick I think we panicked a little bit," Gilbert coach Jay Caserio said. "We ran our offense horribly so it's not wonder we shot so poorly. But Jake was the guy, 100 percent."

The teams played to a 4-4 tie after the first period,- ice-cold shooting as mentioned on both sides. Williams Field (16-11) led for the majority of the second quarter as offenses started to play better. Williams Field was leading 15-13 with 1:51 left in the half when Gilbert made its move. Ehmann, who scored both of Gilbert's first-quarter baskets with mid-range jumpers, took control of scoring more in the second. He made 6 of 6 free throws and a putback to finish the first 16 minutes with 12 points. Ehmann took game-high scoring honors with 16 points.

Gilbert tied it at 15 and built a 19-15 lead with seven seconds left in the half. Williams Field moved up court likely for the last shot of the half. A turnover gave the ball back to Gilbert with 3.2 seconds left. Senior guard Doc Self got the inbounds pass from midcourt and quickly maneuvered for a long three as time it expired. Nothing but net. Tigers 22, Black Hawk 15. A 9-0 run to close the half.

Self's three was an exclamation point and if nothing else allowed Gilbert to regain its equilibrium.

"We executed the offense a little better in the third quarter," Caserio said. "Carson didn't play much that quarter getting his third foul (5:08 left in the quarter). We gradually got the lead to go bigger and closed it in the last quarter."

The victory was Gilbert's third in as many games with Williams Field, all by double digits.

"(Williams Field coach) Erik Kamrath has done an amazing job with their program," Caserio said. "All of the games we had to work hard to win."

Brycen Long, scoreless in the first half for Gilbert, finished with 10. Most came from the free-throw line where the Tigers were 9 of 9 in the opening half and 19 of 25 for the game. Jaeden Bailey led Williams Field with 12 points - eight in the first half.

 

TEAM 1 2 3 4 F
GILBERT - - - - 56
WILLIAMS FIELD - - - - 36

 

PLAYER

AST REB STL 2PT 3PT FT PTS TO BLK
Juan Cordova - - - - - - - - -
Adonai Kabash - - - - - - - - -
Noah Self - 2 1 2/2 1/3 2/2 9 1 -
Jake Ehmann - 10 - 5/7 - 6/6 16 1 1
Nikko Pentelute - 2 - 0/1 - - - - -
Brycen Long 1 5 1 1/5 0/1 8/11 10 1 -
Ian Splittorff - - - - - - - - -
Taylor Baldwin - - - - - - - - -
Jaqwaun Myles - - 2 1/3 0/1 2/2 4 1 -
Paul Maldonado 4 3 - 2/5 1/4 1/1 8 1 -
Griffin Lamb - - - - - - - - -
Carson Towt 2 10 1 2/3 - 1/2 5 - 1
Tampa Scott - - 1 2/3 - 0/1 4 - -

TOTAL

7 32 6 15/29 2/9 20/25 56 5 2

PCT

- - - 52% 22% 80% - - -

 

 
  GILBERT VS MARANA MOUNTAIN VIEW - February 13, 2019  

 


The Tigers opened post season play Wednesday night at home and came away with a well-played win over Marana Mt. View by a score of 66 - 32. The Tigers were pretty sharp defensively all night holding the Mountain Lions to single digit scoring in three of the four quarters. Ending those tough defensive possessions were big rebounds as the Tigers were +16 in the rebounding margin. The Tigers were also very unselfish, passing well and possession after possession worked to find the open man resulting to high percentage shots.

Leading the way in scoring for the Tigers was Jake Ehmann with 16 points while also pulling down 10 rebounds. Doc Self knocked down some nice jumpers and netted 14 points while Carson Towt notched another double-double with 12 points and 12 rebounds. Paul Maldonado was pretty sharp defensively as he was assigned the job of covering Julian Molina who is Marana Mt. View's leading scorer with 18.5 points per game.

Up next for the Tigers is an Elite 8 match-up with a familiar region foe in the Williams Field Blackhawks. This will be third contest between the two schools as the Tigers were able to come away with close, hard fought victories in the first two games. Coach Kamrath's team is balanced, tough and well coached. The Tigers will need to bring their A-game Friday night to be successful. Looking forward to the Goon Squad's support.

 

TEAM 1 2 3 4 F
GILBERT 22 17 21 06 66
MARANA M.V. 10 08 09 05 32

 

PLAYER

AST REB STL 2PT 3PT FT PTS TO BLK
Juan Cordova - - - - - - - - -
Adonai Kabash - - - - - - - - -
Noah Self - - - - - - - - -
Jake Ehmann - - - - - - - - -
Nikko Pentelute - - - - - - - - -
Brycen Long - - - - - - - - -
Ian Splittorff - - - - - - - - -
Taylor Baldwin - - - - - - - - -
Jaqwaun Myles - - - - - - - - -
Paul Maldonado - - - - - - - - -
Griffin Lamb - - - - - - - - -
Carson Towt - - - - - - - - -
Tampa Scott - - - - - - - - -

TOTAL

- - - - - - - - -

PCT

- - - - - - - - -

 

 
  GILBERT VS MARICOPA - February 05, 2019  

 


The Tigers finished up the regular season Tuesday night on the road with a victory over the Maricopa Rams by a score of 70 - 45. On Maricopa's senior night, the Tigers were a little short handed, but to no excuse were not very sharp overall, especially defensively. The first quarter the Tigers played okay winning the quarter 18-8, but it was the lackluster second quarter that frustrated the coaching staff as the Rams outscored the Tigers 21-19 bringing the halftime score to 37 - 29.

The third quarter was much better for the Tigers as they were able to outscore the Rams 24 - 11 with very good ball movement creating high percentage shots. The Tigers were led in scoring by Brycen Long's 18 points, including 16 in the second half. Also scoring double figures were Tampa Scott with 11 points and Carson Towt notched another double-double with 11 points and 12 rebounds in limited time. The Rams were led by Josiah Jackson's 10 points.

Post season play is up next for the Tigers. The Tigers should hold on to the #1 seeding, but will not know for sure till Saturday as the bracket will be released around 4PM. In fact, both boy's and girl's basketball programs are hosting the AIA Selection Show Saturday at Gilbert which will be a fun experience for our teams and school. The Tigers have earned a first round bye and will play their first playoff game next Wednesday night at 7P in THE Jungle.
 

TEAM 1 2 3 4 F
GILBERT 18 19 24 09 70
MARICOPA 08 21 11 05 45

 

PLAYER

AST REB STL 2PT 3PT FT PTS TO BLK
Juan Cordova - - - - - - - - -
Adonai Kabash - - - 1/1 - - 2 - -
Noah Self 4 3 3 1/4 1/3 2/2 7 - -
Jake Ehmann - - - - - - - - -
Nikko Pentelute 1 5 1 0/2 2/2 - 6 1 1
Brycen Long 5 - 3 3/4 3/5 3/3 18 - -
Ian Splittorff - - - - - - - - -
Taylor Baldwin 1 2 - 1/2 - 1/2 3 1 -
Jaqwaun Myles 1 1 2 1/5 - 1/2 3 1 1
Paul Maldonado - - - 1/2 2/3 1/1 9 1 -
Griffin Lamb - - - - - - - - -
Carson Towt 2 12 - 5/7 - 1/2 11 - -
Tampa Scott 3 - - 3/6 1/2 2/2 11 1 -

TOTAL

17 23 9 15/33 9/15 11/14 70 5 4

PCT

- - - 45% 60% 79% - - -

 

 
  GILBERT VS HIGLEY - February 01, 2019  

 


MacDonald twins make lasting memories in Gilbert's win over Higley
Zach Alvira, Tribune Sports Editor Feb 1, 2019
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It was a surprise Marcus and Isaac MacDonald didn’t see coming.

With Gilbert High’s boys basketball team leading Higley 42-30 late in the fourth quarter, Knights coach Jerome Joseph called timeout and walked over to Tigers coach Jay Caserio.

“I had talked to coach (Caserio) earlier and he had told me what was going on,” Joseph said. “Obviously, when I saw the game was out of hand and there was an opportunity I wanted to give them that.”

Marcus and Isaac, who were honored on senior night ahead Gilbert’s 46-33 win over Higley, ran onto the floor with fellow seniors Carson Towt, Doc Self and Jake Ehmann. Not long after a missed Higley 3-pointer, Marcus had the ball in his hands and drove to the hoop.

“I had to help my brother out on the first one,” Isaac said. “I was definitely excited for that.”

Marcus’ layup went off the backboard and fell into Isaac’s hands, who quickly put up a shot of his own that went in. The crowd erupted as Isaac sprinted down the floor with Towt close behind.

“I started running after him, chasing him,” Towt said. “I thought we were all going to run after him but I was the only one. It was a surreal experience.”

Higley guard Isaiah Eastman quickly hit a 3-pointer on the other end of the floor, leaving 10 seconds on the clock. Marcus, with the ball in his hand again, headed toward the basket. With just seconds remaining, the senior laid it up off the glass for the buzzer-beater. “Yes, I did get swarmed,” Marcus said. “It was a sense of honor, a sense of pride and adversity as well. It was my first two points of my career.”

It’s not uncommon to find Marcus and Isaac cheering on the Gilbert basketball team from the bench during games. But they aren’t normally dressed in the team’s uniform.

The twins were diagnosed at a young age with Autism, a developmental disorder that impairs both communication and social skills. But that hasn’t stopped their love for basketball.

The twins have been around the game their entire life. Marcus and Isaac played basketball until they were 16 years old, learning the game from their father, Neil, who has been the head coach at Corona del Sol since 2015.

Due to the Gilbert school district’s Autism program, Marcus and Isaac attend Gilbert High instead of Corona with their father.

“The easy decision would have been to bring them here with me so I can watch them every day,” Neil said. “But to have them be embraced by that community like they have been for four years, they’ve gone above and beyond for them.”

Marcus and Isaac quickly became Gilbert Tiger super fans, leading the football team out onto the field and pumping up the home crowd at sporting events.

They became managers of the basketball team their sophomore year and quickly became a part of the Gilbert family. So when the idea to let them dress out on senior night came up, the team didn’t hesitate to make it happen.

“They are a part of our family,” Self said. “These guys are incredible. Their hearts are the purest I have ever seen. The joy they have just radiates, you can’t help but be happy when you’re around them.”

Marcus and Isaac were presented their jerseys in the locker room ahead of practice on Thursday. Towt and Self, the two senior captains, instructed them to open a pair of lockers which had the jerseys inside.

It took a second for them to realize exactly what was going on. But when they did, they couldn’t help but celebrate with their teammates.

“They’re true Tigers,” Caserio said. “To be that happy every day, it’s amazing. And for Coach Joseph to make that decision there, to call a timeout and put the MacDonald twins in, that’s a top-notch move right there in terms of respect.”

It was a dream come true for the twins, and one neither of them imagined would happen. Neil and his wife, Annica, were overcome with emotion when Marcus and Isaac stepped onto the floor and scored.

After the game, Neil went into the Gilbert locker room to thank each member of the team for giving his sons that opportunity. He knows it’s a moment that will truly stick with them forever.

“For Higley to give up the ball and give them an opportunity, it’s unbelievable,” Neil said. “I always tell my players the single determining factor that will determine your success is how you treat each other.

“What they did tonight for our boys is remarkable.”

As the top-ranked team in 5A, Gilbert (24-1, 9-0) controls its own destiny to clinch the No. 1 seed in the state tournament. The Tigers, who have already clinched the San Tan region title, travel to take on Maricopa (2-20, 0-10) on Tuesday to close out the regular season.

 

TEAM 1 2 3 4 F
GILBERT - - - - 46
HIGLEY - - - - 33

 

PLAYER

AST REB STL 2PT 3PT FT PTS TO BLK
Juan Cordova - - - - - - - - -
Adonai Kabash - - - - - - - - -
Noah Self - - - 1/2 0/2 3/5 5 1 -
Jake Ehmann 3 8 2 4/7 - 0/1 8 1 -
Nikko Pentelute 1 1 1 1/1 1/2 - 5 - 1
Brycen Long - - - - - - - - -
Ian Splittorff - - - - - - - - -
Taylor Baldwin 1 - - - - - - - -
Jaqwaun Myles 2 4 2 1/3 - 1/1 3 - -
Paul Maldonado 2 6 2 0/3 2/11 2/5 8 1 -
Griffin Lamb - - - - - - - - -
Carson Towt 2 4 1 3/4 - - 6 1 -
Tampa Scott - 1 - 1/3 1/3 2/2 7 1 -
Isaac MacDonald - 1 - 1/1 - - 2 - -
Marcus MacDonald - - - 1/2 - - 2 - -

TOTAL

11 24 8 13/25 4/18 8/14 46 5 1

PCT

- - - 52% 22% 57% - - -

 

 
  GILBERT VS CAMPO VERDE - January 29, 2019  

 


On the night where the Gilbert Tiger basketball program honored the varsity parents, the Tigers played one of their better basketball games of the year, defeating the Campo Verde Coyotes by a score of 66-16. In each of the four quarters the Tigers defense allowed single digit points, including 2 points in both the third and fourth quarters.

Leading the way on the offensive end of the court was Doc Self with 13 points, including three more from long distance. Also scoring double figures was Tampa Scott with 11 points. Tampa was able to knock down threes, get to his pull-up jumper and the free throw line also. Besides scoring Tampa, along with Doc and Jaqwaun, had very nice floor games getting the Tigers into offense and creating shots for their teammates. Carson Towt's scoring was quiet as he was swarmed and double teamed all night, but again, he pulled down double figure rebounds with 15.

Up next for the Tigers is Senior Night as we honor our 6 seniors, players Doc Self, Carson Towt, Adonai Kabash and Jake Ehmann and our two managers Isaac and Marcus MacDonald. Come out Friday night versus Higley at 7P to recognize all the hard work our seniors have put in over the last 4 years.

 

TEAM 1 2 3 4 F
GILBERT 15 15 16 20 66
CAMPO VERDE 05 07 02 02 16

 

PLAYER

AST REB STL 2PT 3PT FT PTS TO BLK
Juan Cordova 1 1 1 - 1/1 3/3 6 1 -
Adonai Kabash - 2 2 3/3 - - 6 1 -
Noah Self 1 1 2 2/2 3/5 - 13 2 -
Jake Ehmann - 5 - 3/7 - 1/2 7 1 -
Nikko Pentelute 2 2 - - 0/2 0/2 - 1 1
Brycen Long - - - - - - - - -
Ian Splittorff - - - - - - - - -
Taylor Baldwin - 4 - 4/4 - - 8 - -
Jaqwaun Myles 3 2 1 0/2 - - - 2 -
Paul Maldonado 2 6 1 1/3 3/5 - 11 1 -
Griffin Lamb - - - - - - - - -
Carson Towt 3 15 1 2/7 - 3/8 7 1 2
Tampa Scott 1 2 2 2/5 2/2 1/2 11 2 -

TOTAL

13 40 10 17/33 9/15 8/17 69 12 3

PCT

- - - 52% 60% 47% - - -

 

 
  GILBERT VS CENTRAL - January 26, 2019  

 


Twenty hours after a thrilling victory over Casteel on Friday the Tigers were back on the road for a rare Saturday contest versus the athletic Central Bobcats. Coach Bustos has been at Central for many years and each year he has a very talented team that poses matchup problems for many teams. The Tigers were very sharp on the afternoon, especially defensively and came away with a 50-28 win.

The story of the game was the Tiger defense holding Central to 14 points in each half. Finishing off most of the game's defensive possessions were Carson Towt rebounds as he pulled down 21 of them to add to his 12 points on the night. Also, defensively, Tampa Scott was on point. For much of the game Tampa covered Central's leading scorer Cinsere West and he and the Tigers held him to 6 points for the game. Beside the good defense, Tampa also chipped in 12 points of his own, 5 rebounds and 2 assists. Jake Ehmann was one rebound away from double figure rebounds with 9 overall and nice to see Doc Self find the stroke from long distance connecting on three from downtown on the night, finishing with 9 points.

Up next is a home game versus Campo Verde Tuesday night in THE Jungle. Come out and support your Tigers and honor our parents of the varsity team as it is also Parent Night.


 

TEAM 1 2 3 4 F
GILBERT - - - - 50
OPPONENT - - - - 28

 

PLAYER

AST REB STL 2PT 3PT FT PTS TO BLK
Juan Cordova - 2 - - - 1/2 1 - -
Adonai Kabash - 1 - - - - - - -
Noah Self - 1 - - 3/6 - 9 1 -
Jake Ehmann 1 9 1 3/9 - - 6 1 1
Nikko Pentelute - 1 - 1/2 - - 2 2 -
Brycen Long - - - - - - - - -
Ian Splittorff - - - - - - - - -
Taylor Baldwin - - - - - - - - -
Jaqwaun Myles - 4 1 - - 2/2 2 3 -
Paul Maldonado 1 1 - 2/2 0/2 2/4 6 3 -
Griffin Lamb - - - - - - - - -
Carson Towt 1 21 1 5/12 - 2/2 12 3 1
Tampa Scott 2 5 - 2/4 1/1 5/8 12 3 -

TOTAL

5 45 3 13/29 4/9 12/18 50 16 2

PCT

- - - 45% 44% 67% - - -

 

 
  GILBERT VS CASTEEL - January 25, 2019  

 


No. 1 Gilbert makes late comeback to defeat Casteel
January 26, 2019 by Bradey King, Arizona State University

Playing in front of a full house at the Casteel High School gymnasium Friday night, the Casteel Colts nearly pulled off a major upset before falling to the undefeated and top-ranked Gilbert Tigers, 54-49.

On Jan. 8, Gilbert crushed Casteel, 72-50, but it was a different story on Friday as Casteel built a 23-13 halftime advantage, and did not relinquish the lead until the two-minute mark in the fourth quarter.

At that point, the undersized Colts were in foul trouble and the Tigers used that to their advantage, making 11 free throws in the fourth quarter as they outscored Casteel, 25-15.

Doc Self led the way for the Tigers in the fourth quarter, scoring 11 points.

“It was a tough loss,” Casteel coach Brett Huston said. “I felt like we executed the game plan and we did what we need to do to win the game. We just allowed them to get back into game with free throws instead of making them earn shots.”

Fronting the post was a big part of the game plan, and it was successful as the Colts held Gilbert’s 6-foot-7 center Carson Towt to just six points.

Gilbert had a rocky start with 8 turnovers in the first half and after losing one player to an injury in practice the day prior, head coach Jay Caserio said the lineup got all “goofy”.

Yet the Tigers were able to regroup after the half and kept pushing. Gilbert had only two turnovers in the second half.

Another change Caserio made was utilizing sophomore guard Tampa Scott to try and shut down Casteel’s Deven Franks.

“Deven Franks was killing us," Caserio said. "He was getting into the lane, he was hitting shots and he was getting to the free throw line.

“We put Tampa on him in the fourth quarter. He’s a sophomore, but man he’s tough as nails. He’s very confident and I think he changed the game there for about a two-minute stretch.”

Late in the game Scott was able draw an offensive foul on Franks, who had already picked up three early fouls in the first quarter and had to sit out for a while.

“I’m definitely confident with the ball,” said Franks, who finished with a team high 14 points, “but I trust in my teammates that even if I’m not in the game, we’re going to compete.”

Though the loss stung, Franks called it a “confidence booster” for Casteel, and his head coach agreed.

“I think this showed us that we’re capable of playing defense against anybody,” Huston said. “Coming into this game we really questioned ourselves on the defensive end, and I think after this game we don’t. We’re starting to come together at the right time.”
 

TEAM 1 2 3 4 F
GILBERT - - - - 54
CASTEEL - - - - 49

 

PLAYER

AST REB STL 2PT 3PT FT PTS TO BLK
Juan Cordova - - - - 0/1 - - - -
Adonai Kabash - - - - - - - - -
Noah Self 1 2 - 1/2 3/7 3/4 14 2 1
Jake Ehmann 1 15 1 3/5 - 2/5 8 1 -
Nikko Pentelute - - - 0/1 0/1 - - - -
Brycen Long - - - - - - - - -
Ian Splittorff - - - - - - - - -
Taylor Baldwin - - - 0/1 - - - - 1
Jaqwaun Myles 1 - 2 0/1 1/2 0/2 3 4 -
Paul Maldonado 2 4 - 3/7 1/6 5/6 14 1 -
Griffin Lamb - - - - - - - - -
Carson Towt 1 15 - 3/6 - - 6 1 -
Tampa Scott 1 2 1 2/3 1/1 2/4 9 1 -

TOTAL

7 38 4 12/26 7/18 12/21 54 10 2

PCT

- - - 46% 39% 57% - - -

 

 
  GILBERT VS WILLIAMS FIELD - January 22, 2019  

 


Gilbert rolls on with 48-38 win over Williams Field
January 22, 2019 by Les Willsey, AZPreps365

It's hard to know who the standout will be night to night for Gilbert's boys basketball team. The Tigers don't know who it will be and frankly they don't care. Someone always steps up at a key time or a full game on this unselfish squad.

Junior guard Paul Maldonado guided a second-quarter comeback that helped put No. 2 Gilbert back in front and in control leading the Tigers to a 48-38 victory over No. 8 Williams Field in a 5A San Tan Region game at The Jungle.

Gilbert won its 20th game of the season and 18th in a row as it closes in on the San Tan Region title. Gilbert is 20-1 overall, 13-0 in power-ranking games and 6-0 in region. Williams Field has played Gilbert tougher than anyone in the region thus far, but owns a pair of double-digit losses nonetheless. Williams Field is 11-10 overall, 9-5 prg and 3-3 in region play.

Jake Ehmann was Gilbert's top scorer with 14 points and Maldonado was right behind with 13. Maldonado unknown to him, was bidding to be the Tigers' fifth player to lead the team in scoring in each of the last five games. Carson Towt, Doc Self, Ehmann and Brycen Long had the honors the previous four.

Maldonado played with more energy than any player on the floor in this one. He scored 10 of his 13 points in the first half -- including a pair of threes in the second period. Those clutch hoops combined with the Tigers' best quarter of the game (outscoring Williams Field 14-2) reversed an 18-11 first-period deficit.

"Paul had a nice game and did a lot for us," Gilbert coach Jay Caserio said. "He took the ball hard to basket and created shots for other guys. Probably had three or four assists, maybe more. He did most of the work guarding Plewe who hurt us early with his shooting."

Plewe led Williams Field with 14 points and hit for 10 of those in the opening period. He didn' score in the second quarter. Gilbert improved its five-point halftime lead to 39-32 after three quarters Williams Field's Tanner Crawford scored the first basket of the fourth quarter to pull the Black Hawks within five, but they never got closer.

"Williams Field has a nice team," Caserio said. "They have two bigs that start and a third that gives them some muscle. They have a point guard that's a shot maker and they can shoot from outside. They are tough to defend. Both games with them we've had to scrap in the fourth quarter to win or hold a lead."

Gilbert can move closer to sewing up the region title on Friday on the road with Casteel. Williams Field hosts Maricopa on Friday and will work to stay in the top 8 of the power rankings the rest of the way.
 

TEAM 1 2 3 4 F
GILBERT - - - - 48
WILLIAMS FIELD - - - - 38

 

PLAYER

AST REB STL 2PT 3PT FT PTS TO BLK
Juan Cordova - - - - - - - - -
Adonai Kabash - - - - - - - - -
Noah Self 2 2 - 1/6 0/1 3/5 5 1 -
Jake Ehmann - 5 3 7/10 - - 14 1 -
Nikko Pentelute - - - - - - - - -
Brycen Long - 4 - 2/3 1/2 - 7 1 -
Ian Splittorff - - - - - - - - -
Taylor Baldwin - - - - - - - - -
Jaqwaun Myles - 1 1 0/2 0/1 - 0 1 -
Paul Maldonado 3 3 - 2/5 2/4 3/5 13 1 1
Griffin Lamb - - - - - - - - -
Carson Towt 3 12 1 4/8 - 1/1 9 1 -
Tampa Scott - - - - 0/1 - 0 - -

TOTAL

8 27 5 16/34 3/9 7/11 48 6 1

PCT

- - - 47% 33% 64% - - -

 

 
  GILBERT VS MARICOPA - January 18, 2019  

 


The Tigers had a home affair with the Rams of Maricopa Friday night and played very well, especially offensively as they cruised to a 101 - 34 victory. The 101 points scored ranks third in the record books for the Tigers and hasn't been done in 31 years as the 1986 Tigers did it twice by beating Independence 100 - 53 and Alchesay 103 - 73.

The Tigers were really on point Friday night scoring 34 points in the first quarter and 32 in the second quarter to finish with 66 at the break. Many of those baskets were assisted (25 on the night) including 7 from Paul Maldonado who finished with 8 assists for the game. Brycen Long was the main guy at the end of those nice passes in the first quarter as he connected on 17 points and a game high 26 points on the night. Also scoring double figures for the Tigers was Carson Towt with 19, Doc Self with 13 and Taylor Baldwin's career high of 12 points. Carson Towt also notched another double-double with 12 rebounds and added 5 assists. In the loss, Maricopa's senior captain and point guard Walter Greer was impressive in the loss scoring 12 points and doing it in a variety of ways, hitting threes, coast to coast layups and mid-range shots.


The Tigers now turn to the San Tan Region opponents for the second time starting with hosting the Williams Field Blackhawks in the THE Jungle on Tuesday night. Hope to see all the fans pulling for your Tigers down the home stretch!

 

TEAM 1 2 3 4 F
GILBERT 34 32 21 14 101
MARICOPA 13 04 11 06 34

 

PLAYER

AST REB STL 2PT 3PT FT PTS TO BLK
Juan Cordova - 1 - 2/3 - 4/4 8 - -
Adonai Kabash - - - 0/1 - 0/1 - 1 -
Noah Self 4 2 2 2/4 3/4 - 13 - -
Jake Ehmann - 6 - 3/7 - - 6 - -
Nikko Pentelute 2 4 1 3/3 - 0/1 6 - -
Brycen Long 2 6 1 7/9 4/6 4/6 26 - -
Ian Splittorff - 1 - - 0/1 0/1 - - -
Taylor Baldwin 1 3 - 6/7 - - 12 - -
Jaqwaun Myles 2 3 1 0/3 - - - 2 -
Paul Maldonado 8 5 2 1/1 1/2 2/2 7 2 1
Griffin Lamb - - - - - - - - -
Carson Towt 5 12 - 8/10 - 3/4 19 1 -
Tampa Scott 1 - - 2/2 - - 4 - -

TOTAL

25 43 7 31/50 8/13 9/12 101 6 1

PCT

- - - 62% 78% 75% - - -

 

 
  GILBERT VS HIGLEY - January 15, 2019  

 


The Tigers had their second of back to back road games Tuesday night at Higley HS and were able to come away with an impressive 68-19 win. The Tigers, defensively, were as good as they have been all season. On offense, the Tigers were aggressive, but at the same time shared the ball well and took what the coaching staff thought were great shots.

The game started well as the Tigers were able to cause the Knights to call a timeout when they went up 13-0 and finishing the quarter up 19-5. Even with Carson Towt and Brycen Long sidelined in the second quarter with foul trouble the Tigers were able to continue their ways, defending, hitting the glass and sharing the basketball creating open looks, including a buzzer beating three pointer by Jaqwaun Myles right before the half ended. In fact 10 of the 12 players for the Tigers were able to get into the scoring column Tuesday night led by Jake Ehmann and Brycen Long as both scored 14 points apiece.

The defense was solid all night long, in fact the Tigers only gave up 3 points in the second half, including zero points in the final stanza. Up next for the Tigers is a home game Friday night in THE Jungle at 7P versus the Maricopa Rams. Maricopa is coached by Tony Fuller who was a head coach at San Diego State University and Pepperdine University years ago. Coach Fuller's teams are always well coached and play tough minded.

 

TEAM 1 2 3 4 F
GILBERT 19 19 20 10 68
HIGLEY 05 11 03 00 19

 

PLAYER

AST REB STL 2PT 3PT FT PTS TO BLK
Juan Cordova - 2 - - - - - - -
Adonai Kabash - 1 - 1/2 - 2/2 4 - -
Noah Self 3 2 - 2/4 0/2 - 4 - -
Jake Ehmann - 8 1 5/7 - 4/5 14 2 3
Nikko Pentelute 1 2 - 1/1 - 1/1 3 - -
Brycen Long 1 5 1 2/5 3/5 1/2 14 - 1
Ian Splittorff - 2 - - 0/1 - - - -
Taylor Baldwin - 2 - 2/2 - - 4 1 -
Jaqwaun Myles 2 2 - 1/1 1/1 - 5 1 -
Paul Maldonado 1 4 1 1/2 2/4 - 8 3 -
Griffin Lamb - - - - - - - - -
Carson Towt 4 5 1 2/4 - 1/4 5 - 2
Tampa Scott 1 1 - 1/4 1/2 2/4 7 - -

TOTAL

13 36 4 18/32 7/15 11/18 68 7 6

PCT

- - - 56% 47% 61% - - -

 

 
  GILBERT VS CAMPO VERDE - January 11, 2019  

 


The Tigers had a road affair last Friday night at Campo Verde and were able to come away with a hard fought win versus the much improved and well coached coyotes by a score of 54 - 44. Campo Verde played extremely well, tough on defense, rebounded well and shared the basketball for good shots. The Tigers really had a tough time getting quality possessions, were limited on the glass and didn't convert points from their defense. Going into the half the Tigers held a slim 1 point lead.

The best quarter of the game for the Tigers was the third and out-scored Campo Verde 20-9 as the ball and points were spread around to multiple Tigers. The Coyotes out-scored the Tigers by 2 points in the fourth quarter, but the Tigers were able to put together quality possessions and getting to the free throw line and for the most part, knocking them down. The Coyotes were led in scoring by their impressive looking senior forward, Ben Langford with 12 points. The Tigers scoring was well spread out and were led by Doc Self's 11 points and an impressive 8 rebounds. Carson Towt notched another double-double with 10 points and 11 rebounds. Sophomore Tampa Scott played a very well rounded game for the Tigers, controlling the pace, making free throws and disrupting on defense.

 

TEAM 1 2 3 4 F
GILBERT 12 08 20 14 54
CAMPO VERDE 11 08 09 16 44

 

PLAYER

AST REB STL 2PT 3PT FT PTS TO BLK
Juan Cordova - - - - - - - - -
Adonai Kabash - - - - - - - - -
Noah Self 2 8 2 2/7 1/3 4/8 11 - -
Jake Ehmann - - - 4/6 - 2/2 10 - -
Nikko Pentelute - - - - - - - - -
Brycen Long 1 1 1 1/3 1/4 2/2 7 2 -
Ian Splittorff - - - - - - - - -
Taylor Baldwin - - - - - - - - -
Jaqwaun Myles 1 3 1 0/2 - 2/2 2 2 -
Paul Maldonado 4 2 - - 1/2 2/4 5 3 -
Griffin Lamb - - - - - - - - -
Carson Towt - 11 - 2/6 - 6/10 10 3 3
Tampa Scott - 1 - 1/3 1/1 4/4 9 - -

TOTAL

8 30 4 10/27 4/10 22/32 54 10 3

PCT

- - - 37% 40% 69% - - -

 

 
  GILBERT VS CASTEEL - January 08, 2019  

 


The Tigers got back to action after the Holiday tournament Tuesday night with a home contest versus the Casteel Colts. The Colts came into the game with an impressive 13-4 record with most of their losses coming when a variety of key players being injured. The Colts, coached by GHS grad Brett Huston, are very well coached and very skilled at the guard positions which made basketball life difficult for the Tigers, especially in the 3rd quarter cutting the lead to 4 points. The Tigers were able to dig in though and execute fairly well in the 4th quarter to win by a score of 72-50.

The Tigers executed the game plan pretty good, getting the ball inside to Carson Towt and Jake Ehmann and the Colts really brought a lot of defensive attention their way, which ultimately led to some perimeter baskets by Doc Self and Brycen Long in the first half. The third quarter the Tigers got in a funk offensively, mainly due to Casteel's well played offense, including Deven Franks scoring 9 of his 16 points. The Tigers really didn't have an answer for Deven until Jaqwaun Myles covered him and being able to slow him down a bit in the 4th quarter.

When the Colts cut the Tiger lead to 4 points the Tigers did a good job of not panicking and rather than play hero ball, they stuck to their way of playing together and through the offense, which led to baskets spread out by multiple Tigers. Casteel then had to get into some full court presses, but the Tigers knifed through well for easy baskets to pull away. Four Tigers scored double figures, including Doc Self with 11 points, Jake Ehmann with 12 points, Brycen Long with 15 points and leading the way was Carson Towt's 21 points, 14 rebounds and 7 assists.

Next up is an away game at Campo Verde Friday night with the Freshmen starting at 4:00 PM, JV at 5:30 PM and the Varsity at 7:00 PM. Hope to see the Gilbert faithful out to support!

 

TEAM 1 2 3 4 F
GILBERT 15 17 12 28 72
CASTEEL 13 08 17 12 50

 

PLAYER

AST REB STL 2PT 3PT FT PTS TO BLK
Juan Cordova 1 - - - - - - - -
Adonai Kabash - - - - - - - - -
Noah Self 4 2 2 4/5 1/6 - 11 1 -
Jake Ehmann - 6 - 5/11 - 2/2 12 2 1
Nikko Pentelute - - - 1/1 - - 2 - -
Brycen Long 1 3 1 2/5 3/4 2/3 15 - -
Ian Splittorff - 1 - - - - - - -
Taylor Baldwin - - - - - - - - -
Jaqwaun Myles 3 1 1 1/1 0/2 1/1 3 1 -
Paul Maldonado 3 2 - 1/2 2/4 - 8 1 -
Griffin Lamb - - - - - - - - -
Carson Towt 7 14 - 8/11 - 5/6 21 1 -
Tampa Scott - 1 - - - - - - -

TOTAL

19 30 4 22/36 6/16 10/12 72 6 1

PCT

- - - 61% 38% 83% - - -

 

 
  GILBERT VS CESAR CHAVEZ - December 29, 2018  

 


TEAM 1 2 3 4 F
GILBERT - - - - 53
CESAR CHAVEZ - - - - 41

 

PLAYER

AST REB STL 2PT 3PT FT PTS TO BLK
Juan Cordova - - - - - - - - -
Adonai Kabash - - - - - - - - -
Noah Self 1 1 2 1/2 0/4 6/7 8 -1 -
Jake Ehmann - 5 - 3/7 - - 6 - -
Nikko Pentelute - - - - - - - - -
Brycen Long 3 9 3 1/4 2/4 4/5 12 1 2
Ian Splittorff - - - - - - - - -
Taylor Baldwin - - - - - - - - -
Jaqwaun Myles 1 1 - 0/3 - 1/2 1 3 -
Paul Maldonado 2 2 - 5/6 0/1 - 10 1 -
Griffin Lamb - - - - - - - - -
Carson Towt 4 8 1 3/7 - 8/8 14 1 1
Tampa Scott - - - 0/1 0/1 2/2 2 1 -

TOTAL

11 26 6 13/30 2/10 21/24 53 8 3

PCT

- - - 43% 20% 88% - - -

 

 
  GILBERT VS APOLLO - December 28, 2018  

 


Gilbert, Cesar Chavez reach McClintock final
December 28, 2018 by Les Willsey, AZPreps365

Don't be surprised if the semifinal between Gilbert and Apollo at the 25th annual McClintock Holiday Shootout doesn't re-appear come February and state tournament time.

The 5A squads brought brought a combined record of 25-1 to Doc Zinke Gymnasium on Friday night and the team that was unscathed is unscathed no more.

Gilbert opened up a double-digit lead after the first quarter and it never dropped below that level to the end in a 60-45 win for the Tigers over the Hawks.

Gilbert (14-1) advances to the tournament final Saturday facing Cesar Chavez. Cesar Chavez knocked off Mesa High in the other semifinal, 67-48. Game time for the title game is 7pm at McClintock. Apollo lost for the first time and is 15-1.

Gilbert's triumph was complete in its execution. The Tigers' offense revolved around the trio of seniors Jake Ehmann, Doc Self and junior Brycen Long. Ehmann tallied his 20 points inside. Self connected for 11 of his 15 in the second period on 4 of 4 shooting, including three threes. Long hit a couple threes in the first period and the rest from short range or the line in totaling 15 points.

"Our guys played well," Gilbert coach Jay Caserio said. "We rebounded well. I think we were plus 12 or 14 in the first half. I liked the defense especially how Bryson and Jaqwuan played guarding the big guy (Emmanuel) Taban. We've been in this tournament a lot. It's the first time in awhile we've been able to play on Saturday (final day)."

Taban, a 6-foot-7 senior who plays on the perimeter, was held scoreless in the first half as Gilbert took a 36-19 lead to intermission. Taban finished with seven points, 11 shy of his season average. He didn't score until almost midway through the third period. Taban exited the game with less than a minute left with an injury to his left leg. No word on the extent.

Caserio was eager to see if his team could handle Apollo's pressure and he felt good about the first half with only five turnovers. Rebounding and good, quick passes led to several layups (mostly by Ehmann). Self took care of the perimeter game, finishing with four threes and a 12-footer to go with one free throw.

Zeke Thompkins led Apollo with 12 points and Paris Woods had 10. The closest Apollo got in the second half was 12 (39-27) with 4:40 left in the third period.

 

TEAM 1 2 3 4 F
GILBERT - - - - 60
APOLLO - - - - 45

 

PLAYER

AST REB STL 2PT 3PT FT PTS TO BLK
Juan Cordova - - - - - - - - -
Adonai Kabash - - - - - - - - -
Noah Self 1 3 1 1/2 4/6 1/4 15 1 -
Jake Ehmann - 10 - 9/12 0/1 2/4 20 2 -
Nikko Pentelute - - - - - - - - -
Brycen Long 3 4 - 3/3 2/3 3/4 15 6 -
Ian Splittorff - - - - - - - - -
Taylor Baldwin - - - - - - - - -
Jaqwaun Myles 4 2 - 1/3 - - 2 - -
Paul Maldonado 4 2 - 0/2 1/1 0/2 3 - -
Griffin Lamb - - - - - - - - -
Carson Towt - 21 - 1/4 - 3/6 5 3 2
Tampa Scott 2 - - - 0/1 - - - -

TOTAL

14 42 1 15/26 7/12 9/20 60 12 2

PCT

- - - 58% 58% 45% - - -

 

 
  GILBERT VS ARCADIA - December 27, 2018  

 



MCCLINTOCK SHOOTOUT - ROUND 2

TEAM 1 2 3 4 F
GILBERT - - - - 68
ARCADIA - - - - 38

 

PLAYER

AST REB STL 2PT 3PT FT PTS TO BLK
Juan Cordova - - 1 - 0/1 1/2 1 - -
Adonai Kabash - 1 - 0/1 - - - - -
Noah Self 2 5 1 1/1 0/1 1/2 3 2 1
Jake Ehmann 1 8 1 1/4 - 2/2 4 - 1
Nikko Pentelute - 2 - 1/1 0/1 - 2 1 -
Brycen Long 1 7 6 2/4 3/7 4/7 17 1 -
Ian Splittorff - 1 - - 1/2 - 3 - -
Taylor Baldwin 1 3 - 1/1 - - 2 - -
Jaqwaun Myles 2 2 1 - - 1/2 1 1 -
Paul Maldonado - 1 - 2/2 0/3 0/1 4 2 -
Griffin Lamb - - - - - - - - -
Carson Towt - 13 - 7/10 - 13/17 27 4 -
Tampa Scott - 1 - 0/5 - 4/4 4 - -

TOTAL

7 44 10 15/29 4/15 26/37 68 11 2

PCT

- - - 52% 27% 70% - - -

 

 
  GILBERT VS BASHA - December 26, 2018  

 



MCCLINTOCK SHOOTOUT - ROUND 1

TEAM 1 2 3 4 F
GILBERT - - - - 47
BASHA - - - - 33

 

PLAYER

AST REB STL 2PT 3PT FT PTS TO BLK
Juan Cordova - - - - - - - - -
Adonai Kabash - - - - - - - - -
Noah Self 2 6 - 1/2 2/5 2/2 10 2 -
Jake Ehmann - 6 - 6/9 - - 12 1 2
Nikko Pentelute - - - - - - - - -
Brycen Long 1 3 - 1/2 1/2 - 5 - -
Ian Splittorff - - - - - - - - -
Taylor Baldwin - - - - - - - - -
Jaqwaun Myles 1 2 1 - - 2/2 2 2 -
Paul Maldonado 2 2 - 2/3 0/2 - 4 - -
Griffin Lamb - - - - - - - - -
Carson Towt 6 9 3 4/9 - 3/6 11 1 4
Tampa Scott - - - - 1/1 - 3 - -

TOTAL

12 28 4 14/26 4/10 7/10 47 6 6

PCT

- - - 54% 40% 70% - - -

 

 
  GILBERT VS AGUA FRIA - December 20, 2018  

 

The Tigers took care of business Thursday night in THE Jungle in a non-region contest versus Agua Fria by toppling the Owls by a score of 64-27. Agua Fria came out to start the game in a 2-3 zone and the Tigers moved the ball well to find open teammates, which regularly ended with Brycen Long threes who connected on four in the first quarter. Agua Fria called a timeout and went into an odd front zone and then that is when 6'6 Carson Towt went to work scoring 10 of his game high 15 points around the paint and in fact Carson missed only one field goal on the night going 7 for 8. Tigers led at the break 38 to 17.

Agua Fria came out of the locker room playing man to man defense and the Tigers executed nicely, including a thunderous baseline dunk by Carson Towt. Paul Maldonado added a three and a driving layup, Tampa Scott continues to knock down threes as he hit two in the second half and Jaqwaun Myles seems to continue to get to the paint for layups and getting his teammates open perimeter looks. Quiet night for starting PG, Doc Self, but he facilitated the offense nicely and great to see the Tigers run offense well when teams try to take away Doc who has shot the ball well all season.

Besides Carson's 15 points, other double digit scorers for the Tigers were Brycen Long's 12 points and Paul Maldonado's 11 points. The Tigers now have a short break until they have a rematch with the Basha Bears in the first round of the McClintock tournament. The Tigers open up with the Bears on December 26th at 8:30PM at McClintock HS.
 

TEAM 1 2 3 4 F
GILBERT 16 22 15 11 64
AGUA FRIA 09 08 04 06 27

 

PLAYER

AST REB STL 2PT 3PT FT PTS TO BLK
Juan Cordova - - - - 1/2 - 3 - -
Adonai Kabash - - - 0/2 - - - - -
Noah Self 4 - - 1/4 1/4 - 5 1 -
Jake Ehmann 1 6 - 0/2 - 2/2 2 2 -
Nikko Pentelute 2 1 - - - - - - -
Brycen Long - 5 - 0/1 4/4 - 12 - 1
Ian Splittorff - - 1 - - - - - -
Taylor Baldwin 1 3 1 2/3 - 2/2 6 - 1
Jaqwaun Myles 2 2 3 1/3 - 2/3 4 - -
Paul Maldonado 4 3 - 1/1 3/6 0/1 11 2 -
Griffin Lamb - - - - - - - - -
Carson Towt 1 5 1 7/8 - 1/2 15 - 2
Tampa Scott - - - 0/2 2/2 - 6 - -

TOTAL

15 25 6 12/26 11/18 8/10 64 5 4

PCT

- - - 46% 61% 80% - - -

 

 
  GILBERT VS WILLIAMS FIELD - December 18, 2018  

 

The Tigers opened their 2018-19 San Tan Region games on the road versus a well-coached, tough-nosed Williams Field team and were able to come away with a 61-44 road victory.

Williams Field played very tough and was ready for most of what the Tigers tried to do on the offensive side of the ball, making it difficult at times to get open looks. The Tigers had a slim 1 point lead at the end of the first with Paul Maldonado scoring 7 of his 13 points and Williams Field's leading scorer Camden Plewe scoring 7 of his game high 18 points.

The Tigers tried to use some full court pressure in the 2nd quarter to speed up the Blackhawks and generate some offense and it was successful as the Tigers outscored Williams Field 16-9. Tigers lead 27-19 at the break.

The start of the 3rd quarter was played well by the Tigers, but the last 4 minutes execution and intelligence went out the door, coupled with Williams Field Camden Plewe and Montez Taylor making the Tigers pay with a variety of buckets including a steal at half court right before the end of the 3rd by Plewe and a Taylor finishing bank shot.

The final quarter the Tigers played very very well winning the quarter 21-7. Defensively, forcing the Blackhawks into tough shots and ending the possessions with Carson Towt and Jake Ehmann rebounds. Offensively the Tigers shared the ball and made their free throws to stretch their lead. The Tigers were led by Jake Ehmann's double-double with 15 points and 12 rebounds. Paul Maldonado and Doc Self had another double digit scoring night each with 13 and 10 points respectively and Carson Towt just missed out on another double-double of his own scoring 9 points and hauling down 12 rebounds.

Up next for the Tigers is our last power point game before the break and the Holiday McClintok tournament with a home game Thursday night versus the Agua Fria Owls.
 

TEAM 1 2 3 4 F
GILBERT 11 16 13 21 61
WILLIAMS FIELD 10 09 18 07 44

 

PLAYER

AST REB STL 2PT 3PT FT PTS TO BLK
Juan Cordova - - - - - - - - -
Adonai Kabash - - - - - - - - -
Noah Self 3 2 4 2/5 - 6/6 10 2 -
Jake Ehmann 1 12 - 5/7 0/1 5/6 15 2 -
Nikko Pentelute - - - - - - - - -
Brycen Long 1 4 - 3/4 0/2 1/1 7 2 -
Ian Splittorff - - - - - - - - -
Taylor Baldwin - - - - - - - - -
Jaqwaun Myles 1 1 - - - 4/4 4 2 -
Paul Maldonado - 2 - 2/6 2/4 3/4 13 4 -
Griffin Lamb - - - - - - - - -
Carson Towt 3 12 1 3/7 - 3/4 9 4 -
Tampa Scott - 1 1 0/1 1/3 - 3 - -

TOTAL

9 34 6 15/30 3/10 22/25 61 16 0

PCT

- - - 50% 30% 88% - - -

 

 
 

GILBERT VS MILLENNIUM - December 15, 2018

 

 


Gilbert holds off Millennium for 64-53 win
December 15, 2018 by Les Willsey, AZPreps365

Doc Self made Millennium's Saturday afternoon's lengthy drive from Goodyear to Gilbert a nightmare.

By the time Millennium found its equilibrium, it was too late. The visiting Tigers gave their best shot at the end in attempting to overcome the hometown Tigers, but fell short.

Self reeled off the game's first 11 points and hit for 19 of his game-high 27 in the first half leading sizzling Gilbert to a 64-53 win over Millennium in a 5A non-region matinee.

Gilbert won its seventh consecutive game to improve to 9-1 overall and 6-0 in power-ranking games. Its only loss was in its preseason tournament to Pinnacle. Millennium, another of the top teams in 5A, dropped to 8-4 overall, 6-1 prg.

Self, a 5-foot-10 senior point guard, put the hammer down on Millennium immediately. Self connected on threes in his first three attempts and when he made a fourth bucket for an 11-0 lead, Millennium coach Ty Amundsen had to call time to regroup his troops.

Gilbert ended the first period with a 21-4 advantage. Nothing changed as the teams went to the half with Gilbert up 32-15. Self made 5 of 8 threes in the half. He had the looks he wanted in hitting those shots.

"He had open shots and he gets his shot off quick regardless," Gilbert coach Jay Caserio said. "His teammates were looking for him."

Gilbert's lead stretched to 44-21 with 3:42 left in the third period. The thought of completing a rout, however, disappeared quickly. By quarter's end, Millennium had shaved the lead to 48-36.

Led by a strong second half from sophomore guard Justus Jackson, Millennium increased pressure on defense and made things tense down the stretch. Jackson scored 20 of his 26 points in the second half and with 3:08 left Millennium trailed only 49-46.

To the rescue with big baskets came Gilbert post Carson Towt (13 points) with three buckets helping bump the lead to 58-49. Self scored five points in in the final 90 seconds to finish Millennium's comeback bid.

Jackson was the lone Millennium player to tally in double figures. Leading scorer -- 6-9 sophomore DaRon Holmes - was limited to a season-low six points.

TEAM 1 2 3 4 F
GILBERT - - - - 64
MILLENNIUM - - - - 53

 

PLAYER

AST REB STL 2PT 3PT FT PTS TO BLK
Juan Cordova - - - - - - - - -
Adonai Kabash - - - - - - - - -
Noah Self 2 3 - 2/3 6/11 5/7 27 4 -
Jake Ehmann 3 12 3 2/7 - 0/1 6 1 -
Nikko Pentelute - - - - - - - - -
Brycen Long 3 10 1 0/6 2/4 2/3 8 - -
Ian Splittorff - - - - - - - - -
Taylor Baldwin - - - - - - - - -
Jaqwaun Myles 5 1 2 - 0/1 - - 1 -
Paul Maldonado 1 1 - 0/1 - 3/4 3 2 -
Griffin Lamb - - - - - - - - -
Carson Towt 1 13 1 6/16 - 1/2 13 1 1
Tampa Scott 1 - - - 1/2 4/6 7 - -

TOTAL

16 40 7 10/33 9/18 15/22 64 9 1

PCT

- - - 30% 50% 68% - - -

 

 
  GILBERT VS IRONWOOD RIDGE - December 13, 2018  

 


The Tigers traveled down to Oro Valley Thursday night and earned their first program sweep of the year as all three levels came out victorious including a 69-40 victory by the varsity.

The Tigers played a bit sloppy in the first half, but were able to make enough plays and hit enough shots to have a 20 point lead going into the locker room. The game started out with Paul Maldonado (game high 14 points) hitting a three followed by Doc Self knocking one down in the second possession. After Carson Towt found his way for two easy baskets, Paul Maldonado knocked down his second three and then Brycen Long drained one from the right wing assisted by Carson Towt's nice skip pass.

The Nighthawks started the 2nd half well, executing on a couple of nice plays around the rim, but the Tigers got on track and were able to outscore Ironwood Ridge by a score of 24-12. The Nighthawks kept playing hard and outscored the Tigers by 6 points in the final stanza, but the lead the Tigers built up through the first three quarters gave enough breathing room.

The Tigers were led in scoring by Paul Maldonado's 14 points, followed by Jake Ehmann's solid game of 11 points. Also scoring double figures was Carson Towt as he notched another double-double with 10 points and 11 rebounds.

Up next for the Tigers is a rare Saturday afternoon game at 3PM versus the young and talented Millennium Tigers who also have moved down to 5A from last year. Coach Amundsen, who has been as successful as any coach in Arizona over the last decade plus, has a Millennium team that is led by numerous young players, but mainly by their 6' 9 power forward, DaRon Holmes. DaRon is one of the top ranked sophomores in the country.

 

TEAM 1 2 3 4 F
GILBERT 17 22 24 02 69
IRONWOOD RIDGE 08 11 12 08 40

 

PLAYER

AST REB STL 2PT 3PT FT PTS TO BLK
Juan Cordova - - - - - - - - -
Adonai Kabash - - - - - - - - -
Noah Self 4 1 1 1/2 2/2 1/1 9 1 -
Jake Ehmann - 3 - 4/4 -1/1 0/1 11 - 1
Nikko Pentelute - - - 0/1 - - - - -
Brycen Long 2 5 4 2/7 1/2 2/2 9 - -
Ian Splittorff - - 1 - 0/1 0/2 - - -
Taylor Baldwin - 1 - 2/2 - 2/2 6 - -
Jaqwaun Myles - 2 3 2/2 - - 4 2 -
Paul Maldonado 1 1 - 2/7 3/5 - 14 3 -
Griffin Lamb - - - - - - - - -
Carson Towt 4 11 2 4/9 - 3/6 11 - 1
Tampa Scott 2 4 1 0/1 - 5/7 5 1 -

TOTAL

13 28 12 17/35 7/11 12/20 69 7 2

PCT

- - - 49% 64% 60% - - -

 

 
  GILBERT VS SUNNYSLOPE - December 07, 2018  

 


The Tigers had a home meeting Friday night versus the Sunnyslope Vikings who are the two time defending 5A state champs and came away with a 57-45 victory. The Tigers knew it was going to be a dog-fight as Coach Portella's teams are always tough and defend well.

To start the game the Vikings threw the first punch by going up 6-0 quickly, but the Tigers responded well with Doc Self and Tampa Scott knocking down a three each and Carson Towt getting to the line 4 times, converting three of them allowed the Tigers to hold a slight 2 point lead.

The Tigers second quarter was well played outscoring the Vikings 16-6. Doc canned two more threes, Jake with a couple of baskets including a nice baseline mid-range jumper and Jaqwaun Myles' tough driving finish at the rim. Couple that scoring with Jake Ehmann's defense on Sunnyslope's power forward Paul Hayden (12 points) and the impressive defense of Paul Maldonado on point guard Zach Paloma, who is a very very difficult cover. Halftime: Tigers 27 - Vikings 15.

The Tigers started the second half well and for a moment it looked the Tigers could of pulled away, but to no surprise the Vikings clawed their way back closing the gap to 7 points by back to back threes by Paloma and Ivan Polamar's 7 points. With momentum on Sunnyslope's side the Tigers responded nicely in the final stanza with great passing and Brycen Long getting on track with 9 of his 14 points and Doc Self with 10 of his game high 23 points. In fact, senior point guard Doc Self, scored and shot the ball well in all four quarters for a balanced offensive effort. Carson Towt was limited to only 5 points, but led the Tigers with 8 rebounds and controlled the paint for the Tigers. Brycen Long also chipped in with 5 rebounds and 3 assists.

The Tigers now don't play till Thursday night as they travel to Oro Valley and take on Ironwood Ridge.

TEAM 1 2 3 4 F
GILBERT 11 16 11 19 57
SUNNYSLOPE 09 06 16 16 45

 

PLAYER

AST REB STL 2PT 3PT FT PTS TO BLK
Juan Cordova - - - - - - - - -
Adonai Kabash - - - - - - - - -
Noah Self 1 2 1 2/5 4/7 7/8 23 1 -
Jake Ehmann - 4 1 2/2 0/1 2/2 8 - -
Nikko Pentelute - - - - - - - - -
Brycen Long 3 5 1 3/7 2/6 2/2 14 - -
Ian Splittorff - - - - - - - - -
Taylor Baldwin - - - - - - - - -
Jaqwaun Myles 3 2 - 1/1 - 0/1 2 2 -
Paul Maldonado 1 - 1 1/3 - 0/2 2 1 -
Griffin Lamb - - - - - - - - -
Carson Towt 2 8 - 0/3 - 5/6 5 1 1
Tampa Scott 1 3 1 0/1 1/2 - 3 - -

TOTAL

11 24 5 9/22 7/16 16/21 57 5 1

PCT

- - - 41% 44% 76% - - -

 

 
  GILBERT VS BETTY FAIRFAX - December 04, 2018  

 


The Tigers had a nice road victory Tuesday night versus Betty Farifax by beating the Stampede by a 76-43 score. Gilbert had a nice 1st quarter out-scoring Fairfax 19-9 by getting the ball inside for baskets by Jake Ehmann (10 points) and Carson Towt (17 points) and kick out threes. The second quarter started and the game changed. Fairfax looked confident and the Tigers, due t0 foul trouble by some key players, looked out of sorts. Fairfax caught absolute fire, especially #20 Zakee Shelton (team high 17 points), connecting on five 3s in the quarter. Maybe it was caused by our bus breaking down on the side streets of Tempe for 30 minutes, but Fairfax was clicking on all cylinders. If it wasn't for Doc Self's 10 second quarter points (13 points for the game) the Tigers would of been all tied up at halftime. With that said, the Tigers had a 6 point lead at the break.

The second half the Tigers continued to get the ball inside and execute and the Stampede hot shooting streak went cold. The Tigers held Fairfax to a total of 11 points in the second half, which was nice to see. The Tigers had four players score double figures with Brycen Long's 18 points as the game high. The coaches were very happy with Jaqwaun Myles, Paul Maldonado and Tampa Scott's more discipline defensive play in the second half which allowed the Tigers to get stops and break outs.

Up next for the Tigers is a home contest versus back to back defending state champs of Sunnyslope. In fact Sunnyslope has played in the last 3 state championships beating the Tigers in the semi-finals three years ago, but eventually losing to Mesa. Sunnyslope plays a hard-nosed style of basketball, led by their tough-minded coach Ray Portella. The Tigers will definitely need their A-game to be successful.
 

TEAM 1 2 3 4 F
GILBERT 19 19 26 12 76
FAIRFAX 09 23 07 04 43

 

PLAYER

AST REB STL 2PT 3PT FT PTS TO BLK
Juan Cordova - - - - - - - - -
Adonai Kabash - - - - - - - - -
Noah Self 2 2 3 2/3 3/5 1/2 14 2 -
Jake Ehmann 4 5 2 3/4 - 3/5 9 - 2
Nikko Pentelute 2 - - - - - - - -
Brycen Long 1 5 - 2/3 3/5 5/5 18 3 -
Ian Splittorff - - - - - - - - -
Taylor Baldwin - 2 - 2/4 - - 4 2 -
Jaqwaun Myles 3 3 3 - - 3/4 3 1 -
Paul Maldonado 1 1 - 1/3 1/2 - 5 - -
Griffin Lamb - - - - - - - - -
Carson Towt 4 7 1 7/12 - 3/5 17 3 1
Tampa Scott 1 2 1 0/2 - 6/6 6 1 -

TOTAL

18 27 10 17/31 7/12 21/26 76 12 3

PCT

- - - 55% 58% 81% - - -

 

 
  GILBERT VS DESERT MOUNTAIN - November 29, 2018  

 


The Tigers had their first home power-point game last night in The Jungle and came out victorious versus a well-coached Desert Mountain team by a score of 58-30. The Tigers did a nice job early in the game covering the Wolves' set plays and shuffle offense. The Tiger's team defense was very sharp, but personally, Carson Towt was as good defending in the post against Desert Mountain's leading scorer Branden Kron as I've seen him over his career. The covers on Desert Mountain three point shooters by Jaqwaun Myles, Paul Maldonado and Brycen Long was very good too and in fact Desert Mountain had no three point field goals made on the night and no player from Desert Mountain scored in double figures on the night.

The Tigers were led in scoring by Brycen Long with 17 points and 4 rebounds. Carson Towt also had double digit scoring with 13 points and 6 rebounds. Paul Maldonado had an efficient night shooting the ball scoring 8 points himself.

The Tigers have Friday night off and then are excited to ring the bell for the Salvation Army all day Saturday at the Bass Pro Shop in Mesa. Stop by and say hello to our Tigers and donate to a good cause.

TEAM 1 2 3 4 F
GILBERT 15 16 16 11 58
DESERT MOUNTAIN 11 04 05 10 30

 

PLAYER

AST REB STL 2PT 3PT FT PTS TO BLK
Juan Cordova - - - - - - - - -
Adonai Kabash - - - - - - - - -
Noah Self 2 1 - 1/4 1/1 - 5 1 1
Jake Ehmann 1 6 4 2/4 - - 4 - 2
Nikko Pentelute 1 - - 0/1 - 1/2 1 1 -
Brycen Long - 4 - 6/7 1/4 2/2 17 1 -
Ian Splittorff - 1 - - - - - - -
Taylor Baldwin - 1 1 - - - 2 1 -
Jaqwaun Myles 3 2 1 2/2 - - 4 - -
Paul Maldonado 2 1 1 0/1 2/3 2/2 8 1 -
Griffin Lamb - - - - - - - - -
Carson Towt 5 6 2 5/8 - 3/3 13 1 3
Tampa Scott - 2 - 2/3 0/1 - 4 - -

TOTAL

14 24 9 19/36 4/9 8/9 58 6 6

PCT

- - - 53% 44% 89% - - -

 

 
  GILBERT VS HIGHLAND - November 27, 2018  

 


The first power point game for the Tigers this season happened to by against their cross-town Highland Hawks rivals Tuesday night and on a night when both schools played a boys and girls double header to support Chip Pettit who is fighting his battle with cancer, the Tigers were able to scratch and claw their way to a nail-biting 59-55 road win.

The first half showed no separation by either team as both Gilbert and Highland were knotted up at 12 at the end of the first quarter. The second quarter was very similar, back and forth, until senior Jake Ehmann grabbed a big offensive rebound put back right before the buzzer to give the Tigers a 3 point lead.

The Tiger's came out of the break and put together a nice 3rd quarter out-scoring the Hawks 18-7, spreading the ball around to multiple players for baskets and grabbing a 14 point lead going into the final stanza. As nicely played as the third quarter was for the Tigers the same couldn't be said for the 4th as the Hawks' pick and roll game really caused problems for the Tigers, creating mismatches, drive and kick threes and drawing numerous fouls. Highland's Justin Stidhum (13 points), Anthony Esposito (13 points) and Tanner Crandall (9 points) did much of their damage by great guard play in the second half. The Tigers didn't help either going 14 for 24 from the freethrow line, missing 9 freethrows in the 4th quarter. Key plays were Jake Ehmann's (10 rebounds total) huge defensive rebounds down the stretch and Jaqwaun Myles' 3 for 3 from the freethrow line when the Tigers needed them the most.

The Tigers were led in scoring by Brycen Long's 16 points, Carson Towt's 14 points and Doc Self's 10 points. Doc also had 4 assists and 3 rebounds. Jake Ehmann and Carson Towt were huge on the glass for the Tigers all evening with 10 and 8 respectively. Up next for the Tigers is a home game versus the well-coached, tough-minded Desert Mountain Wolves Thursday night in The Jungle at 7:00PM.

TEAM 1 2 3 4 F
GILBERT 12 17 18 12 59
HIGHLAND 12 14 07 22 55

 

PLAYER

AST REB STL 2PT 3PT FT PTS TO BLK
Juan Cordova - - - - - - - - -
Adonai Kabash - - - - - - - - -
Noah Self 4 3 - 3/6 0/2 4/5 10 - -
Jake Ehmann - 10 1 4/6 - 0/2 8 - -
Nikko Pentelute - - - - - - - - -
Brycen Long 1 2 - 2/4 3/4 3/4 16 3 -
Ian Splittorff - - - - - - - - -
Taylor Baldwin - - - 1/1 - - 2 - -
Jaqwaun Myles 2 3 2 2/2 - 3/3 7 1 1
Paul Maldonado 2 2 - 0/4 - 2/2 2 2 -
Griffin Lamb - - - - - - - - -
Carson Towt 4 8 - 6/10 0/2 2/8 14 2 -
Tampa Scott - - 2 - 0/2 - - 1 -

TOTAL

13 28 5 18/33 3/10 14/24 59 9 1

PCT

- - - 54% 30% 58% - - -

 

 
  GILBERT VS PERRY - November 23, 2018  

 


After losing Wednesday night to the top ranked Pinnacle Pioneers, the Tigers played in the 3rd place game Friday afternoon versus the talented and well-coached Perry Pumas who are coached by one of the best in Sammy Duane and led by their Santa Clara commit Jalen Williams who was spectacular all tournament earning an All-Tournament team selection by the coaches.

The Tigers opened up the game a little shaky on defense as J-Dub went to work in the post for easy baskets, multiple step in threes and a couple of free throws to put the Pumas up 20-12 at the end of the first quarter. After back to back threes by Perry's Beau Bongard to start the 2nd quarter the Tigers finally got in a groove on how to at least slow down Williams and with the help of Doc Self's scoring to keep the Tiger's in the game. Just before half a timely and one by Paul Maldonado and offensive rebound put-backs by Jake Ehmann allowed the Tigers to chip away at Perry's lead and go into the locker room at the half only down 4 points by a score of 30-26.

The Pumas started the 2nd half with the first three points, but from that point on the Tigers went on a tear, led by Doc Self's back to back to back threes (5 for the game) and Carson Towt (10 rebounds) and Jake Ehmann (12 rebounds) dominating the glass, scoring around the basket and giving the Tigers multiple possessions. In fact the Tigers out rebounded the Pumas by 12 for the game, which was a huge factor in the game, along with Tiger's guards attacking the rim with the dribble rather than settling for threes. The Tigers played a solid 4th quarter, making free throws (20-26 for the game) and taking care of the ball with only 2 turnovers in the 2nd half.

GAME DAY GALLERY

Even though Jalen Williams had a game high 27 points, the Tiger's Jaqwaun Myles did a nice job of covering him and making many of his shots difficult. Jalen is a very good scorer of the basketball. The Tigers were led by Jake Ehmann's 24 points and 12 rebounds, Doc's Self's 23 points and 3 assists and Carson Towt's 8 points and 10 rebounds and solid defense on 6' 10 freshmen stud Dylan Anderson, making him earn all of his 8 points. Congrats to Gilbert's Doc Self who was also selected to the All-Tournament team by the coaches.

The Tigers now start power-point games next week starting at Highland, their cross-town rivals, Tuesday night. In fact the JV and freshmen games have been moved to Monday night at Highland (4 and 5:30 PM) so that the Lady Tigers, coached by Kyle Pedersen, can have a varsity double header at Highland with the women playing at 5:30P and the men playing right after at 7:00P. Hope to see all the Tigers fans in full force!

TEAM 1 2 3 4 F
GILBERT 12 14 24 18 68
PERRY 20 10 14 16 60

 

PLAYER

AST REB STL 2PT 3PT FT PTS TO BLK
Juan Cordova - - - - - - - - -
Adonai Kabash - - - - - - - - -
Noah Self 4 4 2 1/2 5/11 6/6 23 - -
Jake Ehmann 1 10 1 7/14 - 10/12 24 - -
Nikko Pentelute - - - - - - - - -
Brycen Long - - - - - - - - -
Ian Splittorff - - - - - - - - -
Taylor Baldwin 1 - - 1/1 - - 2 - -
Jaqwaun Myles 3 - 2 0/1 - 0/1 - 3 -
Paul Maldonado 1 3 - 1/7 2/6 1/3 9 2 -
Griffin Lamb - - - - - - - - -
Carson Towt 1 11 - 3/5 - 2/4 8 2 1
Tampa Scott - 2 1 1/1 0/1 - 2 2 -

TOTAL

11 30 6 14/31 7/18 19/26 68 9 1

PCT

- - - 45% 35% 73% - - -

 

 
  GILBERT VS PINNACLE - November 21, 2018  

 


The 2-0 Tigers matched up with the 2-0 Pioneers Wednesday night in the 4th annual Welcome to the Jungle Holiday Tournament with the winner advancing to Friday's championship, but a strong 2nd half by Pinnacle and a convincing 58-43 score finds the defending state champs in the championship Friday night at 5:00 PM.

The first half was fast and furious with both teams trying to play up-tempo basketball with Doc Self leading fast breaks and knocking down jumpers for the Tigers, while Carson Towt and Jake Ehmann cleaned up around the paint with numerous rebounds and put backs. Paul Maldonado and Jaqwaun Myles did a pretty good job making Arizona commit Nico Mannion and future college star Trent Brown in check, but timely baskets by the Pioneers found both teams squared at 25 at the break.

The second half was one-sided affair as Gilbert just found themselves stuck in mud and poor guard play with unforced errors allowed Pinnacle get out in transition for easy baskets to pull ahead by a dozen just before the end of the 3rd quarter. The Tigers had a nice 5-0 run at the end of the 3rd to keep themselves within shouting distance.

The final stanza though wasn't much better as the Tigers just simply got sped up, forced one pass low contested shots and terrible transition defense. Credit to Coach Wilde and the Pioneers, they turned up their play, looking like the more confident team and one that were defending state champs. Nico Mannion led the Pioneers with 22 points. Trent Brown chipped in with 11 points and football star Tosh Baker had his best game of the tournament with 10 big points off the bench. Senior Doc Self led the Tigers with 20 points and is playing as good as the Tiger coaching staff has seen in his three years.

Pinnacle advances to the championship Friday night versus Westview at 5:00 PM and the Tigers will play at 3:30 PM versus the Perry Pumas.

TEAM 1 2 3 4 F
GILBERT 10 15 10 08 43
PINNACLE 09 16 17 16 58

 

PLAYER

AST REB STL 2PT 3PT FT PTS TO BLK
Juan Cordova - - - - - - - - -
Adonai Kabash - - - - - - - - -
Noah Self 2 8 2 4/5 4/8 - 20 2 -
Jake Ehmann - 10 - 4/7 - 2/4 10 2 -
Nikko Pentelute - - - - - - - - -
Brycen Long - - - - - - - - -
Ian Splittorff - - - - - - - - -
Taylor Baldwin 1 1 - 0/1 - - - - -
Jaqwaun Myles 1 1 1 0/2 0/1 2/2 2 3 -
Paul Maldonado 2 1 - 0/1 1/3 - 3 6 -
Griffin Lamb - - - - - 2/3 - - -
Carson Towt 3 10 - 3/7 - - 8 1 1
Tampa Scott - 2 - 0/4 0/1 - - - -

TOTAL

9 33 3 9/27 5/13 6/9 43 14 1

PCT

- - - 33% 38% 67% - - -

 

 
  GILBERT VS BASHA - November 20, 2018  

 


By Les Willsey, AZPreps365  -
A lot of threes went down Tuesday night with Basha and Gilbert tangling on the second day of pool play at the annual Welcome to the Jungle Invite.

As it turned out, Gilbert needed a pair of Paul Maldonado free throws in the final 13 seconds to seal the deal as the Tigers held off Basha, 62-60, at Gilbert High.

Maldonado, a junior guard, was torried from three-point range all evening. He connected on 6 of 8 treys, including five in a row during a portion of the second quarter to the third. Gilbert made 11 threes for the evening. Basha, playing from behind most of the game, kept pecking away with the help of threes. The Bears sank nine. They trailed 52-42 with 3:59 to play, but played with a never-say-die mentality that gave them a chance to the buzzer.

Sophomore guard Trenton McLaughin led Basha's balanced offense with 15 points, including three 3s. Tyler Pugh added 13 points (three 3s) and Jake Moore 12 points and Cj Noder 10 points (three 3s).

Senior guard Doc Self got Gilbert rolling early with three first-quarter 3s and finished with 15 points. Jake Ehmann, a transfer from Ohio, added 11 points doing most of his work inside. Gilbert (2-0) faces Pinnacle (2-0) for that pool's title and a spot in Friday's title game. Pinnacle won the late game Tuesday night with ease, 81-55, over Desert Ridge (0-2).

TEAM 1 2 3 4 F
GILBERT - - - - 62
BASHA - - - - 60

 

PLAYER

AST REB STL 2PT 3PT FT PTS TO BLK
Juan Cordova - - - - - - - - -
Adonai Kabash - - - - - - - - -
Noah Self 2 3 2 2/3 3/7 2/2 15 2 -
Jake Ehmann - 7 - 5/9 - 1/3 11 2 -
Nikko Pentelute - - - - - - - - -
Brycen Long - - - - - - - - -
Ian Splittorff - - - - - - - - -
Taylor Baldwin - 2 1 1/2 - - 2 - -
Jaqwaun Myles 5 - 3 1/2 - 1/6 3 2 -
Paul Maldonado 1 2 1 1/1 6/9 2/2 22 1 -
Griffin Lamb - - - - - - - - -
Carson Towt 8 10 - 0/3 - 3/6 3 1 -
Tampa Scott - 3 - 0/2 2/3 - 6 1 -

TOTAL

- - - 10/22 11/19 9/19 62 7 -

PCT

- - - 45% 58% 47% - - -

 

 
  GILBERT VS DESERT RIDGE - November 19, 2018  

 


The Gilbert Tigers opened up the 2018-19 season and the 4th annual Welcome to the Jungle Holiday Tournament with a win over the Desert Ridge Jaguars by a score of 63-41.

The Tigers started the game strong hitting from three by Paul Maldonado and Jaqwaun Myles to get out to an early double digit lead. The Tigers press also caused some problems speeding up the Jaguars and turning them over leading to back to back dunks by Carson Towt. The Tigers finished the first half nicely with a defensive stop which led to a fast break and a nice find by Paul Maldonado to Doc Self who hit a buzzer beating three. Tigers led 35-14.

The second half the Jaguars executed very well and caused problems for the Tigers mainly by Desert Ridge's promising sophomore Joe Kelsey who led the Jaguars with 9 points. Although, Gilbert's ability to hit the glass, mostly by Jake Ehmann and Carson Towt, kept Desert Ridge at bay.

The Tigers were led by Carson Towt's double-double with 15 points and 11 rebounds. Paul Maldonado and Jaqwaun Myles also had double digit points with 14 and 10 points respectively. Three year varsity player, Doc Self had a steady floor game with 9 points, 6 assists, 5 rebounds and 3 steals.

The Tigers will play the tough-nosed Basha Bears Tuesday night at 6:30 PM who are led by their ex-Tiger and state champion Mike Grothaus. The Bears are always one of the best coached teams and toughest teams in the state.

TEAM 1 2 3 4 F
GILBERT 16 19 16 12 63
DESERT RIDGE 07 07 11 16 41

 

PLAYER

AST REB STL 2PT 3PT FT PTS TO BLK
Juan Cordova - - - - - - - - -
Adonai Kabash - - - - - - - - -
Noah Self 6 5 3 3/7 1/2 - 9 2 -
Jake Ehmann - 4 2 2/7 - - 4 1 1
Nikko Pentelute 1 - - 0/1 - - - - -
Brycen Long 2 5 - 1/6 0/2 - 2 2 -
Ian Splittorff - - 1 - - - - - -
Taylor Baldwin - 1 1 2/2 - 0/1 4 - -
Jaqwaun Myles 2 2 - 2/3 2/3 - 10 - -
Paul Maldonado 2 4 - 2/3 3/6 1/1 14 1 -
Griffin Lamb - - - - - - - - -
Carson Towt 2 11 3 7/11 - 1/3 15 2 2
Tampa Scott - 1 - 2/2 0/1 1/2 5 - 1

TOTAL

15 33 10 18/44 6/14 3/7 63 8 4

PCT

      44% 43% 43%      

 

 
     

 




 

TEAM 1 2 3 4 F
GILBERT - - - - -
OPPONENT - - - - -

 

PLAYER

AST REB STL 2PT 3PT FT PTS TO BLK
Juan Cordova - - - - - - - - -
Adonai Kabash - - - - - - - - -
Noah Self - - - - - - - - -
Jake Ehmann - - - - - - - - -
Nikko Pentelute - - - - - - - - -
Brycen Long - - - - - - - - -
Ian Splittorff - - - - - - - - -
Taylor Baldwin - - - - - - - - -
Jaqwaun Myles - - - - - - - - -
Paul Maldonado - - - - - - - - -
Griffin Lamb - - - - - - - - -
Carson Towt - - - - - - - - -
Tampa Scott - - - - - - - - -

TOTAL

- - - - - - - - -

PCT

- - - - - - - - -

 

 
     
   


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