VJBL Wrap February 22

Geelong Supercats Junior Representative Results

Crossover Games

Under 18 Boys

Geelong Supercats (1) 51 def. Keilor (2) 26

Best Players: Not Supplied

Coach’s Comment: Not Supplied

Next Week: TBC

Best Case Scenario: Victorian Junior League 1

Worst Case Scenario: Victorian Junior League 2

 

Under 14 Girls

Geelong Supercats (1) 58 def. Bendigo 36

Best Players: C. Lee, M. Scarlett, Z. McKreegan

Coach’s Comment: “Bendigo came to play and jumped out to a six-point lead, but we were able to peg them back and lead by one at half-time. We had a few girls in foul trouble and decided we would go small and press and this paid off with all players contributing. We had players diving after every loose ball, and with an outstanding game from Chloe Lee, we ended up with a 22 point win which put the girls through to VC.”

Next Week: TBC

Best Case Scenario: Victorian Championship

Worst Case Scenario: N/A

 

Under 12 Boys

Geelong Supercats (1) 37 def. Frankston (2) 30

Best Players: Not Supplied

Coach’s Comment: Not Supplied

Next Week: TBC

Best Case Scenario: Victorian Junior League 1

Worst Case Scenario: N/A

 

Under 12 Girls

Geelong Supercats (1) 20 def. Bulleen (4) 11

Best Players: C. Remmos, B. Sharp, M. Chalmers

Coach’s Comment: “This week saw the team finally beginning to play together. Working hard at training on some new offensive plays helped them to execute a more structured and measured game. Every player stepped up and filled their role in a positive manner, resulting in a solid victory.”

Next Week: TBC

Best Case Scenario: Victorian Junior League 1

Worst Case Scenario: Victorian Junior League 2

 

Under 18 Boys

Geelong Supercats (2) 49 def. Dandenong (3) 46

Best Players: Not Supplied

Coach’s Comment: “The guys came ready to play and started well. Our third quarter was fantastic. Our fourth quarter was "interesting" because we forgot how to score. Down the stretch we nailed 9-of-10 free throws to seal the game. Lots and lots of improvement, and definitely on the right track with players starting to learn to play together.”

Next Week: TBC

Best Case Scenario: Victorian Junior League 2

Worst Case Scenario: Victorian Junior League 3

 

Under 16 Boys

Geelong Supercats (2) 32 lost to Melbourne (3) 36

Best Players: M. Kos, M. Sutej, B. Carey

Coach’s Comment: “We were helped early in the game with some referee calls landing our way, and side tracking Melbourne from its focused game. Although these opportunities didn’t reflect in the scoring, making just 23% from the foul line and registering only 10 field goals for the first half. This slowed our running game down and we struggled to execute consistently in our offensive structure. A change in the second half with the offence provided additional scoring opportunities and we outscored Melbourne by three points. However, a late charge in the final quarter was just not enough to get over the line yet again.” 

Next Week: TBC

Best Case Scenario: Regionals

Worst Case Scenario: N/A

 

Under 16 Girls

Geelong Supercats (2) 49 def. Kilsyth (3) 37

Best Players: Not Supplied

Coach’s Comment: Not Supplied

Next Week: TBC

Best Case Scenario: Victorian Junior League 2

Worst Case Scenario: Regionals

 

Under 14 Boys

Geelong Supercats (2) 22 def. Broadmeadows (2) 20

Best Players: J. Muhor, T. Wiley, E. Blythe

Coach’s Comment: “Great news is that our team generated many shots, both in the field and at the stripe. The bad news is that we need to work on geting better value for our shots. We showed some good composure in a ‘come-from-behind’ last quarter.”

Next Week: TBC

Best Case Scenario: Regionals

Worst Case Scenario: N/A

 

Under 14 Girls

Geelong Supercats (2) 11 lost to Sunbury 20

Best Players: J. Hassell, B. O’Keefe, G. Potter

Coach’s Comment: “Defensively we were up from the start against a bigger and stronger opponent. Georgia Potter and Bridget O’Keefe attacked from the second line which created turnovers and scoring opportunities. Jesse Hassell was dominant, which caused the opposition a few headaches. Poor conversion from our pressure cost us the game, making just three-of-16 from thre free-throw line.”

Next Week: TBC

Best Case Scenario: Victorian Junior League 4

Worst Case Scenario: Regionals

 

Under 12 Boys

Geelong Supercats (2) 17 lost to Keilor (3) 40

Best Players: D. Lindsay, M. de Mann, J. Posterino

Coach’s Comment: “We had seen that Keilor had some high scoring wins so we knew it was going to be a tough battle. We came out strong, defending well and causing some turnovers and converting at times. We found it tough to get open shots against Keilor as their defence was tight. As the game went on we struggled to find good scoring opportunities. But even though we lost we kept Keilor to one of its lowest winning scores.”

Next Week: TBC

Best Case Scenario: Regionals

Worst Case Scenario: N/A

 

Under 12 Girls

Geelong Supercats (2) 30 def. Bulleen (5) 18

Best Players: Not Supplied

Coach’s Comment: Not Supplied

Next Week: TBC

Best Case Scenario: Regionals

Worst Case Scenario: N/A

 




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