The Surf Report – Valentine Edition

|  THE SURF REPORT | SHORELINE, WASHINGTON | ISSUE 9 | VOLUME 1  |

Welcome to this special Valentine edition of The Surf Report!  The Phins hosted Olympic.

The women had a tough go against Olympic.  The Rangers came out hitting nearly every shot they took.  At one stretch, the Lady Rangers were shooting 77%.  They finished the half shooting 65% and 42% from the three, building a comfortable 43-24 lead at the break.

The second half saw the Lady Phins shoot 22% while OC stayed hot, shooting 6/12 from the 3 for 50%.  Rangers win 77-35. Tara Bremer scored 11 and added 5 steals and 5 assists.  Justice Perry shot 6/15 from the field for 12, adding 8 boards, a block and 3 steals.

The men built a quick 5 point lead before Olympic fought back, taking & holding the lead for the rest of the half.  The Rangers went into halftime up by 9, 27-18.  The Phin comeback was sparked by freshman Skyler Kelley who hit a trey at 15:41, followed by two more 2 minutes later to cut the lead to 1.  Adam Johnson puts the Phins up after an offensive board and putback.  The Rangers tied it at 2:29 but a Ryan Reyes 3 put the Phins back up.  OC cut that lead to one and Ranger trey attempt goes long.  Phin freshman Josh Wisnubroto comes up with a huge defensive rebound.  Adam Johnson hits two free throws with 4 seconds on the clock to put the lead at 3.  The Rangers hit one of two free throws with Johnson pulling down the last second defensive rebound to seal the game.  Phins win 61-59 keeping them in the hunt for the post-season.

Wisnubroto finished with 10 points and 4 assists.  Kelley finished 5/10 from the arc for 17.  Antonio Foster shot 3/5 from the three for 15 and grabbed 4 boards.  Adam Johnson with the double-double, scoring 10 on 4/4 shooting from the charity strip and grabbing 13 boards.  He also added 4 assists.

Come join us at the gym re-dedication tonight!  The program will begin at 4pm.  The women will play at 5:30pm with the men following at 7:30pm.

#GoPhins

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