Andrew Slater took in the Prime Time Shootout this past week and here is his first report which covers the Hotchkiss-St, Anthony game which includes an interview with Jason Morris -
Facing his toughest opponent to date, Jason Morris, the 6’4″ junior from the Hotchkiss School, struggled against longtime New Jersey and national power St. Anthony’s of Jersey City.
Coming in averaging eighty points per game, the Bearcats of Hotchkiss implemented the unorthodox strategy of pressing St. Anthony’s to begin the game to relative success, only trailing the Friars 18-16 at the conclusion of the first quarter. The legendary Coach Hurley and his staff did an excellent job of mixing up defenses, varying from diamond presses to switching zones and playing man at times. If they didn’t scout Morris, they did an excellent job of quickly picking up on his tendencies. When playing man, they opted for the longer Dominic Cheek and
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