Posted On: 12/17/20 9:23 PM

We are only a week into the season but SF Washington and SF Roosevelt may have played the game of the season already.  In a thrilling contests with many turns, the Warriors held on by one. Here are Five Things to Know. 

One.  Amazing Game.  This game had the "underdog" Warriors come out fighting with a great defensive effort.  Washington built a 17 point lead only to lose that lead late in the game when the state’s top ranked squad fired back with a change of defensive gameplan.  There were eight different players (both teams combined) who went on scoring possession runs that totaled three scores (or more) in a six possession stretch.  With under ten ticks to go Roosevelt ran an excellent play late with Vance BorchersVanceBorchers6'2" | SGSF Roosevelt | 2022StateSD cutting high to catch and then hitting a hard cutting Michael PaulsonMichaelPaulson6'3" | SGSioux Falls Roosevelt | 2021StateSD for the attempt at the rim.  Eli WilliamsEliWilliams6'1" | SGSioux Falls Washington | 2021StateSD saw the play late but smartly fouled Paulson and Paulson only made one of two foul shots.  Moments later Joe UttechtJoeUttecht6'0" | PGSF Washington | 2022StateSD showed off his baseball (and/or football) arm with a full court strike to sophomore Kael MiedemaKaelMiedema6'8" | CSioux Falls Washington | 2023StateSD for a lay-up with less

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