Chaparral Continues Win Streak With Big Perry Win

by Lucas Archuleta | Posted on Wednesday, November 14th, 2018

In a game where Perry High School's recent Santa Clara signee Jalen Williams didn’t play, Perry took advantage and controlled the game from opening tip, until the end of the game.

Chaparral had a very balanced attack, which included four players in double-figures.  Senior Alec Bryan (pictured) led the way with 14 Points, and showed off his range - knocking down multiple threes, and he also mixed it up getting to the rim and scoring off offensive put-backs. Jordan Josephs was second for Chaparral in scoring with 13 points.  Jordan finished at the rim at a high rate and showed his athleticism and length while operating around the rim.  Alem Huseinovic chipped in 12 points for Chaparral, which he showed a good mix in his game where he could score from all over the floor. The last player in double figures was Blaise Threatt who played a very complete game overall.  He showed he can create for his teammates and controlled the tempo all game.  Blaise was effective getting into the lane and making plays either to score or to drop it off to his teammates for easy looks.

Perry tried to make a run in the fourth quarter, but just couldn’t get enough offense generated in order to complete a comeback.  Perry was led by Kyle Patterson who had 14 points.  Kyle is a strong, physical player who can create off the dribble and get to the rim for some tough finishes. Freshman post Dylan Anderson was second for Perry in scoring with 12 points, in which he showed that with his length and versatility that he can be a very dangerous player down the road, as he’s only a freshman.  Carter Van Hammond who didn’t fill up the stat sheet is another player for Perry that has a bright future, and will have an impact for this team moving forward.

Chaparral ended up winning the contest 60-47 on Chaparral's home floor.  Look for both of these schools to continue to get better and both to make deep runs in the playoffs.

Chaparral High School is now 10-1 on the season and Perry High School now sits at 6-4 on the season.

Notes:  Alec Bryan is a 6-foot-6 senior wing who is one of the best pure shooters in the state.  With his size and ability to shoot it at a high level, he is tough to match-up with.  He also has a good skill-set that allows him to make plays off the dribble.  He can finish at the rim with floaters or a variety of other finishes.  He also has a good basketball IQ that allows him to find spots to score, and to find teammates so that they can score.  Chaparral's others senior Blaise Threatt is another good prospect.  He’s built like a college D-Lineman, but he is extremely mobile and shifty at 6-foot-4.  He’s a player that plays with good pace and has a good feel for the game. He makes his teammates better with his ability to pass the ball, but he can also attack and score from all three levels.  He is most dangerous getting into the lane where he can make decisions.  Both guys are very intriguing 2019 prospects in the state of Arizona.

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