(LISTEN TO HIGHLIGHTS AND INTERVIEWS FROM EACH GAME)
Delta 61 Wes Del 52
3A vs 1A you think mismatch? Not in this one. Delta only led by 2 going into the 4th quarter after an acrobatic Bryce Marsh bank shot. However, the strength of Matt Norris and Kameron Slaven were the key. Norris finished with a career high of 25 points while Slaven added 16 points. Delta moves on to face Cowan.
Yorktown 48 Wapahani 28
A defensively focused first half left much to be desired in the second half. Yorktown led 18-15. Things totally shifted in the second half. Yorktown held Wapahani to just 8 points in the second half to win 43 to 23. Yorktown held 19ppg scorer Darryl McKinney to just 2 points. Yorktown faces Daleville next.
Delta 59 Cowan 42
Delta beat Cowan earlier this season. This time around it was the same old. Delta jumped out to a 17 to 8 lead in the first quarter. They never allowed Cowan to get closer than 9 points and had leads as large as 15 points.
Yorktown 66 Daleville 24
Domination via Yorktown…they controlled the game the entire way. Daleville was much closer at the end of the first half than the game might have suggested (24 to 11 at the half). However, in the second half, it was a show from the Tigers. 38 of the 43 points came from Miller, Neal, and Preston.