Monday, January 12, 2009
It's Halftime: Grand Valley 37, Ferris 28
The Bulldogs Fall Into A Little Hole
BIG RAPIDS - Ferris has had a difficult time solving the Lakers' defense during the first 20 minutes. The Bulldogs are shooting 38.5 percent from the floor while Grand Valley is connecting on 44.8 percent of its attempts from the floor.
Both teams have featured balanced scoring with the key players, as is to be expected, leading the way. Justin Keenan leads Ferris with eight points while Justin Ringler leads Grand Valley with eight points at the halftime.
GVSU has benefited, however, from some good play of the bench from Alvin Storrs who has seven points in the contest on 3-of-5 shots he has connected on from the floor. In many ways, he and starting point guard Wes Trammell have been the difference. Trammell, the younger brother of Laker star Pete Trammell, has six points.