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November Issue:           

Overton @ Hillcrest (Hall of Fame Game)

       Recap 11-19-2010

Overton (65) @ Hillcrest (69)

       Overton coached by former Hillcrest Coach John Anderson visits his old school for a great ball game from the beginning to end as the Vikings prevailed 69-65. A tight contest from tip off that included 10 lead changes and 4 ties all in the first half. Overton shot the ball pretty good in the first quarter to muster and notch it's largest lead of the game of six at 19-13 with 1:28 left in the quarter. Hillcrest committed multiple turnovers to never get a good motion on the ball but the Vikings went on a 5-0 run to close at the quarter and narrow the lead to one at 19-19 Overton. Overton senior Ladarius Davis paced the Wolverines with 10 first half points and the same in the second half to finish with a team high 20 points and 10 rebounds in a strong double double performance. Texas Southern signee Kerrell Davis is truly the fastest guard from one end to the other and reminds me of Andre Allen bringing the ball up with super fast speed throwing you off on which way to go on defense. Davis outside shot has improved in great stride to go along with some awesome court vision to go with all the other tools to be a great Division 1 guard. Second quarter was also back and forth as both ball clubs continued shooting the ball extremely well. Overton went into the half up by one at 35-34 with all categories pretty much even across the board for both sides with Hillcrest leading in turnovers at 11 to Overton's 10 and Hillcrest outrebounded Overton 14-12 margin. Assists were Overton 8 to Hillcrest 7 - Steals Overton 4 to Hillcrest 3 at the break. g

     Third quarter started off with multiple lead changes and ties before Hillcrest entertained a lead of 4 points at 46-42 with 3:47 left in the third quarter and extended the lead to 7 with the Vikings ending the third quarter up 55-48 and seemed to start taking control of the ball game. Hillcrest enjoyed their largest lead of the game in the first minute of the fourth quarter where it stood at 10 points 58-48 with 6:50 left in the contest.  The Wolverines were far from being thru for the night as they went on a 8-1 over the next 70 seconds to narrow the lead down to 3 points at 59-56 at the 5:45 left in the ball game. Hillcrest maintained the small lead as both ball clubs exchanged points going down the stretch as Overton could not muster a last second stop and run of their selves to finish the game and the Vikings quelled any Overton push.

     Hillcrest senior Kerrell Davis finished the game with 25 points, 3 rebounds, and 10 assists in another strong performance. Davis committed 8 turnovers but some of those turnovers were from Davis super speed that he sometimes has problems controlling and when he gets full control he will definitely be force to reckon with in his career. BTW transfer and senior Coderius Lewis finished with 13 points respectively.

     Overton junior Darius White notched 15 points, 5 assists, and 3 steals in the cause. Another senior in double figures is McCoy Polk who started the game off very strong in the first 3 minutes to score a quick 10 points and 5 rebounds but was off his game the remainder of the contest. 

Key Points of The Game: Hillcrest clamping down on the Wolverines when they were making a serious run to no avail in the final minutes of the contest. Hillcrest kept aggressive on offense all game long to their benefit.

By Staff Writer Harold Rivera

























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