Way to go to my son #TyjeKelton
2020, Grade 11 - Junior, 6’5”, 205 lbs. and his #Dunellen
Destroyers teammates ❤️🏀⚓️ topping this ‘Can’t-miss” list for the 2nd week in a row since the 2018-19 #Varsity #Basketball
“Can't-miss boys basketball games for the week of Dec. 17-23” as published on 12/17/18 via https://www.nj.com/expo/sports/erry-2018/12/db0927aaef959/cantmiss-boys-basketball-games.html
“Monday, December 17
Highland Park at Dunellen, 6
Highland Park (1-0) is looking to rebound from an 8-14 season behind the play of seniors Romelo Hasins and Chad Ghee. Greater Middlesex Conference-Gold Division foe Dunellen (1-0) brings experience to the proceedings with the likes of Drew Johnson, Tyje Kelton and Noah Wenzel.”
And ICYMI (In Case You Missed It), get caught up on the play-by-play as reported by Mike Kinney - NJ Advance Media for @NJdotcom.
Johnson, Kelton help Dunellen overpower Highland Park in GMC battle” as published on 12/17/18 via High School Sports on NJ.com.
“Good defense, as Dunellen showed Monday night, can do much more than just eliminate the strengths of the opposition's offense.
It also can help erase the memory of one's own offensive frailties.
the Destroyers needed some kind of spark to overcome a poor-shooting, turnover-laden first quarter, and found it by raising the defensive pressure enough to not only stir the attack, but also quickly make it seem as if those rough first eight minutes had happened about a week earlier.
Dunellen forced four turnovers in the opening 1:34 of the second quarter - two apiece by Tyje Kelton and Jalen Thomas - to swiftly transform a six-point deficit into a two-point lead and set the tone for the rest of the game... “
Read full article here at http://highschoolsports.nj.com/news/article/6515177768661293535/johnson-kelton-help-overpower-highland-park-in-gold-division-battle/
Psst... And we won this second game of the season too, 75-43. *Giggles* 😁
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