Michael Fields following Vandalia Christian School boys basketball with Game Report from VCS-Sheets Memorial

Posted by Guest Columnist on January 25, 2015 at 3:48 pm under High School | Comments are off for this article

from Michael Fields(GTCC) following high school and college basketball for GreensboroSports.com….
Vandalia 57, Sheets Memorial 35

Vandalia Christian suffered a tough loss last Tuesday at Alamance Christian. That is all that the Vikings had on their mind the rest of the week.

They were ready for redemption.

They were ready to get back on the court and show everyone how they really play. They were ready to play legit Vikings basketball again.

Their next opportunity came Friday night when they traveled to play Sheets Memorial Christian. Unfortunately, Sheets Memorial did not come to play. Vandalia Christian came out of the gates hot once again. They were playing well on offense and defense. The Vikings only allowed Sheets to score two points in the first half. The starters cruised in the second quarter as well. It wasn’t even really a game.

The substitutes for the Vikings got some quality minutes in the second half. They got some valuable game time while the starters sat on the bench beside a happy coaching staff and cheered them on. This was a big win for the Vikings. It got them back on the winning track. It prepared them for some big games coming up in the next week or so.

This was a fantastic tune-up game for the Vikings. They will be playing at home in Pleasant Garden on Monday night.

	1	2	3	4	Final
VCS	22	15	14	6	57
SMCS	2	12	14	7	35

Key Players for VCS
Jared Talley: 15 points
Noah Dunn: 12 points; 5 rebounds
Cameron Alston: 7 points; 4 steals
Bryson Gordon: 7 points
Matt Morgan: 4 points
Matt Hobbs: 4 points
Tyler Peretiako: 3 points; 4 steals
Tyler Crook: 3 points
Austin West: 2 points

Key Notes on VCS and SMCS
VCS goes to 16-3 overall and 7-1 in conference
SMCS falls to 5-7 overall and 1-6 in conference

Next games for VCS and SMCS
VCS hosts Fellowship Baptist Academy Monday night
SMCS travels to Gospel Light Christian on Tuesday night


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