2014-15 Western Reserve Final Boys Basketball Stats

2014-15 Western Reserve Boys’ Basketball Stats
Head Coach: Pasquale Daltorio
Record: 16-8 (9-5), ITCL Lower Tier

Team Stats
Scoring: 58.5
Scoring Defense: 57.3
FG Percentage: 46.7%
FT Percentage: 63.2%
3PT Percentage: 35.2%
Rebounding: 34.4
Turnovers: 21.2

Individual Leaders
Scoring
1.Joe Falasca, 17.9 (375)
2.Nolan Snyder, 12.4 (298)
3.Lance Dezee, 9.8 (234)
4.Jack Cappabianca, 6.2 (74)
5.Walker Marlowe, 5.5 (132)
6.Drew Slaven, 4.7 (99)
7.Wyatt Larimer, 4.6 (46)

Rebounding
1.Joe Falasca, 10.6 (222)
2.Nolan Snyder, 5.7 (137)
3.Jack Cappabianca, 4.3 (52)
4.Lance DeZee, 4.0 (95)

Assists
1.Walker Marlowe, 4.0 (96)
2.Nolan Snyder, 3.2 (76)
3.Joe Falasca, 3.1 (66)

Steals
1.Nolan Snyder, 1.9 (45)
2.Joe Falasca, 1.5 (32)
3.Walker Marlowe, 1.4 (34)

Field Goal Percentage
1.Jack Cappabianca, 61.2% (30-49)
2.Joe Falasca, 59.0% (151-256)
3.Cody Hilles, 48.6% (18-37)
4.Drew Slaven, 46.7% (28-60)
5.Kyle Hilles, 43.3% (13-30)
6.Walker Marlowe, 43.2% (41-95)

Free Throw Percentage
1.Ryan Diehl, 91.7% (11-12)
2.Drew Slaven, 85.7% (24-38)
3.Kyle Hilles, 75.0% (9-12)
4.Lance DeZee, 69.6% (16-23)
5.Walker Marlowe, 68.9% (31-45)
6.Nolan Snyder, 66.2% (51-77)
7.Wyatt Larimer, 62.5% (15-24)

3-Point Percentage
1.Drew Slaven, 50.0% (19-38)
2.Walker Marlowe, 41.3% (19-46)
3.Lance DeZee, 36.3% (58-160)
4.Wyatt Larimer, 31.3% (5-16)


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