DRAFFENVILLE - Friday's Hoopfest schedule of five games were cancelled due to the inclement weather that moved in late after Thursday's first session, Sathe first weather cancellation in the 18 year history of the event, but the biggest early season hoops show in the nation went on as scheduled on Saturday with many adjustments. Originally slated for nine games the schedule was downsized to seven but no less entertaining with seven of ESPN's top 50 ranked players taking the floor in front of a great crowd despite the weather.
DRAFFENVILLE - Hoopfest 2013 kicked off at 4:00 Thursday when the Marshall County Lady Marshals and Massac County Lady Patriots took the floor.
Bailey Greer, who led all scorers with 23 points in the game and was named Most Valuable Player, scored the first points of the game followed by a three from Allie York as the Lady Marshals jumped out to an 8-0 lead before Massac scored their first basket at 4:24. Greer and York combined for the final seven points of the first quarter to lead Massac 17-7.
BARLOW - With the new NCAA defensive rules in place, coaches might as well spend half of their practice time shooting free throws. Case in point, the 52 personal fouls called and 77 free throw attempts during the Lady Marshals 80-67 win over Ballard Memorial Tuesday night with over half of the Lady Marshals points coming at the free throw line.
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