The Best: Regent Prep vs Yale


Posted On: 02/17/18 10:01 PM

Regent Prep and Yale met in a district playoff matchup. Regent started the game on a 21-0 run and never looked back. The Rams dominated every aspect of the game as all of their players got to see action on the night. Regent led by 42 at the half and by as much as 71 as they strolled to an easy victory 89-71.

Josh Garrett 2018 Regent Prep Guard

Garrett was one of Regents many players that had a great game. Garrett played well from all three levels of the game. Regent was excellent on the night. They spread the ball well and used the space to move the ball. Regent played probably their best game and they could not miss from the floor. Garrett was the obvious leader of the team. He was the most physical player on the court and used it to his advantage. Garrett finished with 10 points on the night.

Jonathan Buskirk 2019 Regent Prep Guard

Buskirk is one of the Rams most important players. He did not have to play the starring role tonight as Regent was in complete control the entire night. Buskirk can use his size to play down low or his athleticism to play from the perimeter. In his limited minutes tonight, Buskirk finished the night with 4 points.

Parker Smith2018 Regent Prep Guard

Smith started the game on fire. He hit the first three of the night and then him and the Rams never looked back. Smith was always in the right spot at the right time. He was the person who benefitted from the great ball movement of Regent Prep by getting himself into the right spots. Smith finished the game with 13 points.

Jack Wright 2020 Regent Prep Guard

Wright was one of many Regent players to get into double figures on the night. Out of all the regent players, he probably had the best shooting night and that is saying something, because they all shot the ball very well. Wright showed an inside game to go along with his shot from the perimeter. Wright finished the game with a game high 16 points. He will be a vital part of Regent’s run to the state tournament.

Keegan Martin Yale Post

Martin was the only Yale player that seemed to show up on the night. He was on a struggling team, but his worth was shown. Martin scored more than half of his team’s points. He was picking up the rebounds on the missed shots of his teammates and finishing them. He ended the run that Regent started the game with Yale’s first bucket of the game. Martin will be vital to any kind of run that Yale will want to go on in the postseason. Martin finished the game with 13 of his team’s 18 points on the night.