Coyotes vs Jamestown Boys Pre-Game Primer
Coyote Boys basketball is back at home on Tuesday for the second half of a Senior Night double header against Jamestown.
Coyotes Boys Basketball will tip-off at 8:00 PM at John Cole Gymnasium where they will look to extend a three game winning streak, which includes wins against Mandan and Dickinson.
Jamestown is coming into the game with a record of 8-9 (9-9 WDA), with their last win coming on the 14th of February against Bismarck Legacy. A win for the Blue Jays would move them to within a game and a half of Bismarck High in the WDA standings.
The Blue Jays are averaging 70.8 points per game, while allowing their opponents to score 70.5 points per game on the season. Payton Hochhalter paces the way on offence with just under 12.1 points per game, Ryan Larson (11.9 ppg), Dalton Lamp (11.6 ppg), Thomas Newman (11.3 ppg), and Noah Meissner (11.2 ppg) are also joining in on double digit scoring for Jamestown.
Williston is coming in to the game 4-14 (4-14 WDA) look avenge the January loss to the Blue Jays. A win for the Coyotes would pull them into a tie for 9th place in the WDA standings with Bismarck St. Mary's.
The Coyotes are averaging 66.9 points per game, 37 rebounds, 14.5 assists, and 8.5 steals per game, while turning it over 17 times per game, and have a point differential of around negative 15 points through 18 games. Leading the way in scoring for Williston is Isaiah St. Romain with 22.6 points per game, with Malakai Sik (16.9 ppg) also contributing with double digit scoring.
Here is a look at the current WDA Boys standings: