SHG Cyclones

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Cyclones fall to Rockets in regional final

The Rockets of Rochester defeated our SHG Cyclones 48-37 in the final of the Jacksonville regional. As in their previous meetings, SHG had no answer for the match up problems the Rockets lineup presented. Utilizing their high-low set, Rochester groun
Submitted: 2/22/2017
By: Mark Kuchar
Cyclones down Lions in regional opener

SHG overcame a sluggish first half to defeat Lanphier 56-44 in the first round of the regional. Trailing 28-25 at the break, the Cyclones picked the intensity on both offense & defense, outscoring the Lions 31-16 in the 2nd half. The win puts SHG
Submitted: 2/15/2017
By: Mark Kuchar
Cyclones rout Panthers on Senior Day to close out regular season

SHG jumped out to a 41-14 halftime lead en route to a run away 80-32 victory over Decatur Eisenhower. It was Senior night as the Cyclones honored Julie Staten, Anna Lowis and Kenzie Trees before the game. The game started on festive note as Kenzie Tr
Submitted: 2/14/2017
By: Mark Kuchar
Cyclones finish 2nd in City Tournament

Springfield High defeated the SHG Cyclones 61-44 in the title game of the girls' City Tournament.  The Senator's managed to grind out a 15-10 1st quarter lead. It was more of the same in the 2nd period as SHG could not solve the match up problem
Submitted: 1/31/2017
By: Mark Kuchar
Cyclones thump Lions in City round 2, face Springfield for the title

SHG found their offense against the Lions in game 2 of the City Tournament, cruising to a 62-39 victory. The win sets up a title contest between SHG and cross town rival Springfield High. SHG  came out firing, seemingly scoring at will, jumping
Submitted: 1/26/2017
By: Mark Kuchar
Cyclones down Spartans in City opener

The #2 seed SHG Cyclones rolled to a 40-26 victory in the opening game of the girls City Tournament held at Lanphier High. Despite numerous good looks, both teams struggled all night to score points, with the rims at times seeming like ones you would
Submitted: 1/26/2017
By: Mark Kuchar
Cyclones crush Celtics

The Cyclones hosted the Celtics from Providence in a Saturday afternoon non-conference match up. SHG played a steady first half, jumping out to a 26-15 halftime lead. Whatever was said in locker room at the half worked. The Cyclones came out of the b
Submitted: 1/25/2017
By: Mark Kuchar
Cyclones dominate Crimsons

The Cyclones defense was the star of the show in their 55-24 drubbing of Jacksonville. SHG forced 23 turnovers, 17 steals and held their opponents to a mere 16% shooting from the floor. The Cyclones raced to a 36-13 halftime lead and never looked bac
Submitted: 1/25/2017
By: Mark Kuchar
Cyclones fall to Rockets

The Cyclones lost to the Rockets of Rochester 50-38 in their final regular season meeting. The game was a mirror image of the first meeting in December. SHG was down two at the break 21-19. Then the Rockets came out with strong 3rd & 4th quarters
Submitted: 1/20/2017
By: Mark Kuchar
Cyclones overpower Crimsons

The Cyclones came out firing against an over-matched Crimson squad, taking an early 21-10 lead in the 1st period. The pace slowed somewhat in 2nd, with Cycs maintaining an 30-13 halftime lead. The Crimsons managed to hold serve in the 3rd, actually o
Submitted: 1/13/2017
By: Mark Kuchar
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