Conference Preview

Posted On: 01/23/20 12:03 PM

After suffering a 20 point road loss against Curtis High School in December, the Puyallup Vikings protected their home court and beat Curtis by a score of 67 to 55. Leading the way for the Puyallup Vikings was junior Cobi CampbellCobiCampbell6'2" | PGPuyallup | 2021StateWA. He finished the game with 20 points, 18 of which came in the second half, helping Puyallup outscore Curtis by 12 points after being tied at halftime. Senior Joseph Dwyer was also impressive in the win, adding 12 points and several impressive assists under the basket. For the Vikings of Curtis High School, Senior Josiah Miller and freshman Tyce PaulsenTycePaulsen6'4" | SGCurtis | 2023StateWA accounted for 42 of the teams 55 points. Miller controlled the boards for much of the game, and Paulsen was very impressive moving off the ball and knocking down quick, confident jumpers en route to a game-high 26 points. Below are five questions about these teams and athletes as the season continues.   

What is the Ceiling for Tyce PaulsenTycePaulsen6'4" | SGCurtis | 2023StateWA?

This was my first opportunity to watch Tyce PaulsenTycePaulsen6'4" | SGCurtis | 2023StateWA, and I went into the game with high expectations for what I was going

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