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Date Posted: 21:52:31 02/02/07 Fri
Author: Coach Carter
Subject: Pelham Depth
In reply to: pac 's message, "hollisbrookline vs. pelham tonight" on 16:36:33 02/02/07 Fri

Not only does Pelham have the best starting lineup in class I, their bench isn't half bad either. Some of them would probally be starters on most of the teams in class I or even some of the weaker teams in class L. First off, their bench is versitile. They have depth at the guard spot and are even stronger at the foward positions. They may be undersized but lately they have been rebounding like 7 footers. Jamie Vaiknoras has been consitant all year in adding to this versitillity. He plays all 5 positions and usually adds around 10 points a game. He also is used to lock down on opposing teams star players. He can take you off the dribble or pull up with silky smooth touch from beyond the arch. He is a 6"1 player that only weights about 150, soaking wet, but can bench over 145. Also off the bench Pelham has a big named Evan Cove. He is a bruser in the post and can rebound like Dennis Rodman. His only problem is him one dimentional right handed post moves. What he lacks with his left hand he certainly makes up for with his basketball IQ. Also off the bench for Pelham is Greg Monrow. He has a great long range shot. His weakness is that he can be blocked easilly because he cannot elavate on his jumpper. Even though pelham has two interchangeable 1 guards in Mark Cat and Justin H. Brady Tryon addes to the tandom as a developing freshman. He sees the court well and is truely ,learning the Pelham style of run and gun ball. Teams this year have been over looking this factor for Pelham and thats why they are were they are today with a 10-3 record. My predition is that Pelham will cruise into the semi-finals.

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