Los Altos vs. Seattle Prep – player notes

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Posted On: 12/27/17 6:11 PM

On 12/26 The Los Altos Conquerors gave the Seattle Prep Panthers there 3rd loss of the season with a convincing 80-66 win. The Conquerors came out on a mission and with something to prove. The Panthers were the favorite to win this game. I think that gave the Conquerors more confidence knowing they were the underdogs. The Panthers had some good play from some of there key players but it wasn’t enough to halt the attack of the Conquerors.

Los Altos Conquerors:

Conquerors Junior Guard Isaac Tovar is a 6’0 beast on the floor. He is a little underdeveloped but the intangibles is there. He can rebound and block shots fairly well. His skill set will increase as time goes on and he fills into his body. I think that he will be a big asset as the years go on. In this particular game he played well with limited minutes. During the game he had some key possessions where he made good solid moves around the basket and scored on a couple. I look forward to his growth and development throughout the season.

Conquerors Senior Guard Julian Lopez  was a instrumental in the game staying close in the first half. His ability to push the ball and change direction in the middle of traffic drove the offense for the Conquerors. He did a great job defensively when pressuring the ball and playing the passing lanes. coming up with some key steals and key defensive possessions which helped them take a big lead in the 3rd quarter.

Seattle Prep Panthers:

Panthers Post Nic Lynch was a man among boys in the post. He plays with a chip on his shoulder and plays hard. I saw some creative ways to get his shot off against a physical team. Standing 6’11 he also poses match up problems for the falcons. In the 1st half he was able to get deep in the paint and score in the paint. In the 2nd half he didn’t get as many touches but affected the game defensively.

Panthers Senior Guard Kalu Stricklin played with a very up-tempo style. He was able to get into the paint and create shots for his teammates. I was impressed with his intensity on defense. He was able to somewhat on occasion cause a turnover just off of sheer pressure. Kalu looks to be a key contributor on a stacked 3pt shooting team. With his ability to penetrate and intensity on D. He should be in the mix during close games.