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Published: Saturday, Jan. 9 2010 12:35 a.m. MST

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???

Did Jordy brown not play in this game?

The young guns

Nice win LP that will be alta's best team for the next 3 or 4 years and your team will only get better the next 3 or 4 years its nice to see such young tallent and the very young teams are doing well like American fork, West Jordan, and Lone Peak all start a least 2 sophs or younger the class of 2012 and 2013 could have some big time D1 players

LP Fan

Tough win. Alta has a great team. Davis was an excellent player. This region 4 has balance. Every game is going to be a fight. I hope we can get Hamilton back next time we play Alta.

That was an exciting game for a fan to watch. Both teams fought the entire game. I hope LP can fix their free throw problems and 4th quarter turnovers.

RE:???

Brown played, but fouled out when they were down 16 with 4:00 left. Lone Peak made him be a shooter last night, and well, he's not.

to RE:???

Jordan Brown is a great shooter and he is also a great kid! Didn't see the game against Lone Peak but have seen him play in many, many other games. The kid can shoot. Ask Olympus.

Emery

does anyone want to debate that the best player in the state is a freshman? When he's getting love on BYU's TV game in El Paso, that tells you what kind of a talent he is. Pederson has played All-State ball all year too.

Peddersen

Emery is the best player in the state, including his own team, and Peddersen averages almost the same amount of points, with half as many shots. Peddersen is the leader that makes that team work.

In the know...

Emery has taken one more shot this year than Pedersen, and shoots a better percentage, just so you're aware. Pedersen has more FT attempts, that's why he's close to scoring the same amount.

RE: In the know

There must be some history revisionism, high levels of NyQuil or problems with cataracts to make a statement like that. I've seen half the Lone Peak games and there is no way Pederson shoots the ball as much as Emery. Pederson is always looking to post entry pass or hit Emery with an assist. Not recording such, does not change the facts.

Emery

I have seen all the LP games Emery is taking well over 20 shots per game but with that he is backing up his 25 shoots per game with his points. They are both great players. My only question is what is going to happen next year when Tyler Haws younger bother TJ is playing I am afraid there will not be enough shoots to go around with Haws and Emery

In the know...

Well over 20 shots per game? Where did you learn to count? He has shot over 20 twice this year. Against Alta he took 14 shots and had 31 points, pretty good if you ask me. If there are enough "shoots" to go around with Pedersen and Emery this year, there will be enough with Haws there next year.

Anonymous

Simply put Emery might be the best player in the state. As a freshman

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