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Lindfors drop 30 in his season debut:

 

http://www.dailyherald.com/story/?id=81097

 

Final Scoring Average at 26.21ppg

 

Game Date Points Average Outcome Record Opponent

1 19-Nov 30 30.00 W 1-0 Lisle

2 20-Nov 24 27.00 W 2-0 Maine West

3 21-Nov 25 26.33 L 2-1 Timothy Christian

4 23-Nov 42 30.25 W 3-1 Montini

5 24-Nov 15 27.20 L 3-2 North Lawndale

6 7-Dec 32 28.00 W 4-2 Marmion Academy

7 8-Dec 19 26.71 W 5-2 Deer Creek Mackinaw

8 14-Dec 26 26.63 W 6-2 Imaculate Conception

9 15-Dec 19 25.78 W 7-2 St. Edward

10 21-Dec 36 26.80 W 8-2 Walther Lutheran

11 26-Dec 36 27.64 W 9-2 El Paso- Gridley

12 27-Dec 22 27.17 W 10-2 Stanford Olympia

13 28-Dec 30 27.38 L 10-3 Peoria Christian

14 29-Dec 26 27.29 L 10-4 Chillicothe Illinois Valley Central

15 4-Jan 23 27.00 L 10-5 Marion Central Catholic

16 5-Jan 29 27.13 L 10-6 Aurora Central Catholic

17 11-Jan 25 27.00 L 10-6 Marmion Academy

18 12-Jan 31 27.22 W 11-7 Montini

19 15-Jan 15 26.58 L 12-7 Buffalo Grove

20 18-Jan 26 26.55 W 13-7 Imaculate Conception

21 19-Jan 25 26.48 W 14-7 St. Francis

22 25-Jan 29 26.59 W 15-7 St. Edward

23 29-Jan 28 26.65 W 16-7 Glenbard West

24 2-Feb 26 26.63 W 17-7 Aurora Central Catholic

25 8-Feb 37 27.04 W 18-7 Marion Central Catholic

26 9-Feb 24 26.92 W 19-7 St. Francis

27 15-Feb 22 26.74 W 20-7 Montini

28 23-Feb 12 26.21 L 20-8 Northridge Prep

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Senior center Jake Lindfors picked up the absent points offensively, pouring in 30 while posing a threat from nearly everywhere on the court.

 

"He's very versatile," Latorre said of his 6-foot-10 center. "He's a different player from last year. He's just so much more athletic, he can handle the ball so much better. His game's just really improved markedly since last year."

 

While Driscoll (1-0) ran much of its offense through Lindfors in the first half, the Lions used a balanced attack to stay with the Highlanders, trailing just 27-24 at the half.

 

"The whole season, I think I've got to be a leader," Lindfors said.

 

"It's definitely a little harder without … a couple of the other guys."

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Driscoll 2-0

 

Driscoll 52, Maine West 49:ŒJake Lindfors scored 24 points and Matt Kaban added 16 points for the Highlanders (2-0) in their win at the Lisle tournament.

 

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Driscoll 52, Maine West 49: The long-range shooting of Jimmy Orlowski and Adis Kadiric wasn't enough for Maine West (0-2) to overcome the inside-outside game of Driscoll's Jake Lindfors in the Lisle tournament.

 

Orlowski scored 19 points and hit five 3-pointers and Kadiric added 12 points and two 3s. But the Albany-bound Lindfors hit three 3s en route to a game-high 24 points.

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Lindfors goes for 42

 

LISLE TOURNAMENT

 

Driscoll 67, Montini 58

 

 

Driscoll took a 19-15 lead after one quarter and stayed on top the

rest of the way behind 42 points and 16 rebounds from Jake Lindfors and 10

points each from Kevin Bain and Matt Caban. Anthony Blashewski (17

points) and Alex Blashewski (15 points) led Montini.

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42 and 16? I know to temper my enthusiasm but things are looking very promising for the next block of years.

 

It is hard to temper the emotion with this recruiting class. Lindfors, Turley, Covington, Gifford, Connelly, with Hastings, Allen, Anderson, and Aronholt stepping down from time to time is simply something I am not seeing other teams in the AE contending with on a nightly basis.

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42 and 16? I know to temper my enthusiasm but things are looking very promising for the next block of years.

 

It is hard to temper the emotion with this recruiting class. Lindfors, Turley, Covington, Gifford, Connelly, with Hastings, Allen, Anderson, and Aronholt stepping down from time to time is simply something I am not seeing other teams in the AE contending with on a nightly basis.

 

Agreed!

 

... and Ambrose, Martin, Raffa, and Moores in the backcourt! :D

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Lisle tournament

Sophomore forward Jermaine Winfield had 16 points and nine rebounds, and North Lawndale forced 29 turnovers as the Phoenix defeated Driscoll 74-42 to win the tournament.

 

DeAntwan Jackson added 11 points, and Zilijan Jones had nine for North Lawndale (5-0), which started three juniors and two sophomores.

 

''We're a young team,'' North Lawndale coach Lewis Thorpe said. ''We'll be up and down. We'll beat teams we shouldn't and lose to teams we should beat.''

 

Six-foot-9 Jake Lindfors led Driscoll (3-2) with 15 points, and Dan Kadlec added eight, including a 55-foot bank shot to beat the first-half horn.

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A few notes:

 

1.) This listing is one of the sources that still lists Lindfors at 6'9". Other sites have him listed as high as 6'11".

Is 6'9" probably the most accurate?

 

2.) Article lists Driscoll's record at 3-2 which would mean that there is a loss against Timothy Christain unaccounted for. I shall hit the search engines.

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Shot at Buzzer Continues Boys' Varsity Undefeated Streak

 

Wednesday, November 21

 

It took a miraculous shot but the Trojans remain undefeated (3-0) by nipping Driscoll 58-56 in overtime. With 6 seconds left in overtime Jake Lindfors , Driscoll’s all-area forward who finished the night with 25 points and 20 rebounds missed the second of two free throws, Joel Sytsma gathered the rebound and threw it out to Andrew Logan who came up the court full speed, two dribbles past half he double clutched and banked in the game winner as the buzzer sounded. Vince Williams had an earlier key possession as time was running down in regulation ,he hit a three to tie up the game. Peter Tameling had 14 points 12 boards and 4 steals. Jaaron Holmes had 14 points and 7 boards.

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