I didn’t keep track of blocked shots in the Etiwanda-Renaissance game, but Etiwanda coach Dave Kleckner estimated that Renaissance’s 6-10 junior, Anthony Stover, had at least 10. Stover did have nine rebounds by my count, along with seven points.
Etiwanda’s 6-8 junior, Perris Blackwell, is used to being the biggest player on the floor. He wasn’t on Wednesday, but still had 10 points and nine rebounds in the win.
Kleckner said that there were about a half dozen college coaches at the game, including Washington’s Lorenzo Romar, who chatted up Kleckner after the game. They were there to watch Renaissance, which has some definite D1 prospects.