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4C Wednesday, March 4, 2015 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter "Falls to Paradise :Adventist Greg Knight i Sports Writer Playoff basketball can be a scary proposition; on any given night, any team, in any situation, can win a game and snatch the reins of championship destiny. No team knows that better than the Greenville Indians, who fell behind at home on a 33-28 halftime deficit to the Big Valley Cardinals last Tuesday, Feb. 24, in the first round of the Northern Section Division VI playoffs -- though the Indians would fall just two days later to top-seed Paradise Adventist. • II |1 I The trailing score must Indians' advantage, held Big Valley to just four double-double of the season, holding Greenville to one have scared some strategy "We missed a lot of shots in points while Greenville hit for Eaglesmith also earned six shot. The Indians battled at into head coach Jonathan the first that were good shots 19 to jump ahead, 47-37, at the steals, two assists and two the defensive end effectively, Kusel's squad; the Indians and it was one those times end of the 24 minutes, blocks in the game. Not far limiting some of Paradise's came back in the final 16 where I took the team into the In the final period, Big behind was Meyers with 26inside g me until the height minutes of the game to win it, locker room and said, 'WeValley came out aggressively, points, four of which came off advantage of the Cougars led 64-49, moving on to the second should feel good about this making several drives andbooming three-pointers. The to an eight-point lead, 14-6, at round against No. 1 seed game, even though we are closing to within seven points senior co-captain also earned the end of the period. Paradise Adventist Academy down. If we keep taking good -- though each run was two assists and a steal against Trying their best, the later in the week. shots we'll be fine because answered by the Indians, who Big Valley. Indians' defense continued to The two squads traded they will start falling,'" Kusel outscored the Cardinals, 17-12, In addition to Eaglesmithwork hard against Paradise, baskets for the most of the said. "After we came back out, for the 15-point win and a trip and Meyers, BerGs added six holding them to just six points first period, though Big Valley with the help of Justus to Round 2 of the playoffs, points and the pair of in the second period, but the scored on several uncontested (Eaglesmith) and Walker "Big Valley was unable toMartinez and Corte Smith Cougars fought back equally lay-ups to lead 14-13 at the end (Meyers) going to the basket respond because of our earned two apiece, by shutting down Greenville of eight minutes. The for twos and hitting threes, tenacious team defensive and holding them to just three Cardinals continued to score along with the effort of the effort," Kusel added. "(We) did David vs. Goliath? points, heading into the locker with relative ease in the rest of the team, it opened up extremely well and Big Valley Paradise. Adventist 56, room with a 20-9 lead. second period, though the for us." had to settle for less than ideal Greenville 29 Inefficiency on offense was Indians began to make a run outside shots. Credit has to go Taking on the No. 1 ranked the name of the game for at the four-minute mark, The second half push to them, however, as they are team in Division VI, the Greenville headed into the challenging the Cardinals to As the third period got a well-coached and disciplined Indians traveled to Paradise second half-- and Paradise's keep up their lead. It wasn't underway, Eaglesmith and team that pushed us." Adventist Academy on continued defensive pressure quite enough, however, as Big Meyers led the charge to, at Thursday, Feb. 26 -- and just added to the heat as Valley went in at the half the very least, tie the score. A By the numbers ultimately fell to the Cougars Greenville's leading scorer, buzzer leading 33-28. trio of steals by Ray Eaglesmith, a sophomore on a 56-29 final score. 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