Comments about ‘Boys high school basketball: West Jordan downs South Sevier, Lone Peak, Orem impress in debut of Great Western Shootout’

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Published: Friday, Dec. 7 2012 11:24 a.m. MST

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Slammer
Lehi, UT

JD: what say you now? SS well on its way to an 0 fer 3 weekend.

JD Books
Sulphurdale, UT

It is hard to compete when the rams best inside player is sidelined with an injury.

binghamalum
South Jordan, UT

ha JD BROOKs that West Jordan team wont even make the semi finals in 5A this year buddy!

welcome to big boy basketball with all your talk!

stop it! accept your 2A championship is good enough!

creek35
Richfield, utah

I am proud of a small 2A School for even playing against bigger schools even though they went away with out a win I bet it was fun and a challenge and they only got better by playing bigger schools they did not do to bad they held there own they could have walked away with one win against West Jordan but could not hold on to it.....That is okay we still have a rematch with Fremont on December 21st at home that will be another fun game win or loose...

binghamalum
South Jordan, UT

TYPICAL !

South Sevier loses 3 games in 3 days against just schools with more enrollment, and get beat all 3 times.

Then you have fans saying playing against BIGGER SCHOOLS.

Why do you say to the world that your BBALL team a top 3 team in the state and you win 2A titles, and thats not good enough for you?
Then you finally come play some bigger teams, and you lose and didnt even play the best teams. ha

Then you say well they should of won!

Then if you would of won, Your little town would of made a huge deal of beating the 5A big schools.

Thats why 5A and 4A shold never play 2A schools. EVER!

Jefedelmunco
Highland, UT

Creek35 Your opinion is absolutely right on as is your attitude. SS is a very good ball club and should be happy to be invited to play against some of the best talent in Utah as well as neighboring states. The GWSO held at Orem HS was a great opportunity to get exposure and experience. While going 0-3 is tough, the ball players and coaches (parents, fans) will remember this tournament for a long time. Kudos to SS and good luck winning another AA State Championship. That said, someone please help JD Books out. He appears to have no concept of reality.

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