Enterprise Wolves Head Home Early in 2A Tournament

OREM — The 2A boys basketball tournament began on Saturday at 8:30 a.m. at Orem High School. Enterprise Wolves (8-14) took on Waterford (13-6) just after 3pm. Enterprise turned on the heat a little too late and fell to Waterford 48-43 in the first round of the 2A playoffs.
The Wolves opened the game 3-0 and looked very promising before Waterford went on a run outscoring the Wolves 13-5 in the first quarter. Waterford continued to make their shots lead by Jackson Sponaugle scoring 18 points. The Wolves settled down and found their rhythm climbing back from a 17 point lead and tied the game with 3 minutes left.
Teams 1 2 3 4 Total
Enterprise 5 9 12 17 43
Waterford 13 10 6 19 48
Waterford continued to rely on their offense with Zack Nielson scoring 10 points and Parkar law with 9 points. They pulled away in the end and sent Enterprise home early from the 2A state tournament. Enterprise was lead by Clay Whitman with 13 points follwed by Jo B Shurtliff 9, Kaden Simkins 8, Jayson Holt 4, and Caden Prisbrey 2. Enterprise seniors Clay Whitman and Michael Dougherty left with their heads held high with a great season.
The support from Enterprise was also outstanding as the community made the drive and helped added a huge boost to their team. Emilee Jones who enjoyed the game from the stands said, “We had great support, like the good old days.” Clay Whitman will be recognized next week for his Academic all state award.

Notable 2A Games:

South Summit (13-10) 54  – San Juan (11-8) 46

Rowland Hall (8-12) 45 – Beaver (12-7) 56

Millard (8-13) 56 – Layton Christian (17-5) 82

Manti (11-11) 54 – North Summit (14-9) 59

North Sevier (16-6) 69 – Summit Academy (19-3) 76

Providence Hall (10-11) 53 – Emery (19-2) 69

Rockwell (6-14) 39 – Delta (10-11) 63

Photos: Stacie Shurtliff see more at  ehswolfpack.blogspot.com

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