COMING UP: Perkins at Clyde girls

Clyde can run it's Sandusky Bay Conference record to 11-0 and clinch a share of a second straight SBC title in Friday's game against Perkins.
KyleKnight
Jan 26, 2012

Clyde can run it's Sandusky Bay Conference record to 11-0 and clinch a share of a second straight SBC title in Friday's game against Perkins.

After a last-second loss to Edison two weeks ago, the Pirates (7-3 SBC) have reeled off three striaght wins.

Cyde coach John Cahill and Perkins coach Ray Neill speak with Kyle Knight and Anthony Moujaes on Fandy.com Roundtable Live Monday night at Cooker Bar & Grille about the game.

WHY TO WATCH: Did you miss the first meeting? Then you missed one of the best girls basketball games this year as Perkins erased a double-digiti deficit and had the lead in the final seconds. But an indavertent foul gave the Fliers two free throws and the 59-58 win.

Amanda Cahill scored 25 points in that game, though she was held to five points in the second half, while Perkins Jordan Fraley had 19 and the go-ahead 3-pointer late.

WHO TO WATCH: The battle in the post should be entertaining enough as Cahill, who was an All-Ohioan and the league's top performer a year ago as a freshman, will match up with Perkins Shannon Ebert.

Ebert had a slow start the first time, but came on inthe second half as Perkins started its comeback. And Perkins used Kayla Yost, much shorter than Cahill, to guard her in the second half. Hard to argue with the result as Cahill didn't have any field goals after halftime.

WHEN: 7:30 p.m. Friday

WHERE: Clyde High School

COVERAGE: Live broadcast starts at 7:20 p.m. Friday with Kyle Knight on play-by-play commentary here at Fandy.com; Recap and photography in Saturday's Register and at Fandy.com