Friday, February 24, 2012

Oak Hill, N.C. State recruit Tyler Lewis, run Kennedy Charter

National No. 1 Oak Hill beat Kennedy Charter 119-72 Friday on Senior Night in Mouth of Wilson, Va. The Eagles had to play without starting point guard Jalen White (abdominal strain) forcing shooting guard Donte’ Clark into the role.

Clark had 28 points and 10 rebounds, but Kennedy Charter also lost starter Julius Hamilton who fouled out early in the third quarter in a game where N.C. State recruit Tyler Lewis had 12 points for the Warriors. Lewis is from Statesville. Kennedy Charter center J.J. Douglas also struggled with foul trouble all game.

Kennedy Charter coach Ed Addie took some positives from the loss. The Eagles are 24-3.

“One of the biggest things we took from playing them was seeing the differences in our bodies and their bodies,” Addie said. “They are very muscular and strong. They are built like college ball players. Our guys all commented on how strong they were and how it posed such a big problem for us. We learned what we’ve got to to do in the offseason to get better.”


7 comments:

Anonymous said...

What about Riviera-Smith scoring 41pts. Why not mention that?

Anonymous said...

Correction....Smith-Rivera

Anonymous said...

Is Defense still part of the game???

Anonymous said...

If you were there the refs really protected oak hills undefeated record callin touch fouls for Tyler and turning a blind eye to the ones committed against KCH....players from OH even made comments to KC's coach and players that this was probably the best team theyve played at home but dont worry about the score because nobody gets calls here

Anonymous said...

What about Tyler Lewis 18 assist?

Anonymous said...

Boy, I am glad the refs protected the record of OH. The 47 point beat down could have never happened without that protection!

Anonymous said...

How about all that "D-1" talent for Kennedy Charter? I guess we all know how they measure up now.