Posted On: 11/24/19 8:17 AM

Yesterday Parkville played host to Huntingtown and Archbishop Spalding in a three-team scrimmage. It was a great opportunity to get my eyes on some players that I normally wouldn't see during the season. Parkville and Huntingtown played a full game in the first match up of the day, but the format then changed to three-quarter scrimmages.

Here are some takeaways from the action:

Strickland catches attention early

2020 Parkville forward Jordan Strickland had the most impressive play of the day. The 6-foot-4 forward caught the ball at the top of the key trailing the ball handler in transition and proceeded by take one dribble before rising over his defender and throwing down a one-handed dunk. It was just one of his many baskets throughout the first game with many of his other points coming from the painted area after collecting offensive boards. Parkville doesn’t have that one bonafide big with size on the roster, but Strickland’s relentlessness and athleticism will keep them in good shape down low.

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Godinez is the straw that stirs the drink

2020 point guard John Godinez had a productive outing against Huntingtown. For a stretch he was locked in and

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