Unknowns and Undervalued

Posted On: 01/12/20 12:00 PM

The Voyager Academy Vikings and GRACE Christian Eagles faced each other in Game 2 of the 2020 City of Oaks Classic. Here's a look at what we learned from the game.

Baskets were hard to come by in the first half

It was a defensive battle between two teams that featured quality frontcourt players in Jaylon Gibson (GRACE Christian) and Jonas Aidoo (Voyager Academy). Neither player let up much though baskets were hard to come by for both squads. GRACE led by six points after one, but Voyager went on a 7-0 run to take a 14-13 lead before the half. At halftime, GRACE led by 20-16 while they shot 44.4 percent from the field. Voyager shot 7-of-20 from the field.

The role players stepped up for GRACE

In the second half, GRACE got some key baskets from 2021 wing Britton Kilby and 2021 guard Stefon McLeod. Kilby finished with six points in the second half including a 3-point and McLeod finished with five points, a block and a steal off the bench. With their frontcourt having quiet shooting games, Kilby and McLeod stepped up in timely spots to power their team to a win.

Double figure scorers for Voyager showed a different side

Voyager Academy had

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