"Numbers don’t always tell the whole story of a game, but they certainly help explain what happened.
Franklin went from shooting 50% in the first half to just 26% from the floor in the second.
Franklin hit half of their six three point attempts in the first half but struggled from deep in the second half, going 1/9.
St. John’s shot over 40% from the field for the game (nearly 50% in the second half), had a plus-15 advantage on the glass and went 16/19 from the free throw line.
Those numbers totaled up to a 67-52 win for St. John’s over Franklin in the D1 Central Sectional Final."
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|Franklin senior Tim Prunier dribbles past a St. John;s defender in the second half. (Ryan Lanigan/HockomockSports.com)|
From the Twitterverse
This is a joke right? Proves Central is way too small. https://t.co/h4Jt014RfW— Ryan Lanigan (@R_Lanigan) March 10, 2016
A great season comes to an end pic.twitter.com/SzMcMJUHNs— Pantherbook (@FranklinHSNews) March 10, 2016
Half: St. John's 34, Franklin 33. Mahon and Gill getting called for two early fouls each hurt Panthers defensively. #hockomock— Ryan Lanigan (@R_Lanigan) March 10, 2016
St Johns 34 - Franklin 33 half pic.twitter.com/9ZGdIzA3Av— Pantherbook (@FranklinHSNews) March 10, 2016
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