Posted On: 03/17/21 6:58 PM

Guards tend to win or lose games in the TSSAA State Playoffs, though some teams trot out overwhelming, dominating big men.  Read about the forwards that most deeply impacted games Wednesday, March 17th.

 

Riley Galler (Cosby)

"I knew we couldn't physically hold him down," said Pickett County Head Coach Joseph Amonett.  "I knew we had to stop their guard play."

Galler scored 13 points and hauled in 9 rebounds in 24 game minutes.  His game was limited by first half fouls.  He barely missed when he took the passes down deep.  Galler was wonderfully probing and patient on the touch.  

Chris Schultz (North Greene)

No forward more thoroughly owned his space Wednesday than Chriss Schultz, owner of 17 rebounds!  Schultz was Wednesday a complete statistical behemoth: 9 offensive rebounds, 6 assists, 2 blocks, 8-13 FG.  North Greene advances to play Clay County first thing Thursday morning. 

Cody Freshour (North Greene)

Cody is also apart of the strong Husky junior class.  Though NGHS barely plays their bench, Freshour certainly impacted the game.  He scored all six of his points in the third quarter.  His Huskies trailed by nine points until Freshour’s first layup follow

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