#PBCHOOPSGOTN Quick Notes: One week in Forest Hill already in mid-season form
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After the first quarter the score was 41 - 16 in favor of Forest Hill over Lake Worth. 41 points in 8 minutes of action is impressive offensive production but when it comes from a group with only two returning starters from a team that finished 24-5 last season, it's time to take a closer look. Two games into regular season the undefeated Falcons have developed the type of chemistry most teams play all season to create. Forest Hill plays fast and are fun to watch in the open court, the ball gets up the court fast and ends in the basket in a variety of ways. Lobs, alley oops, no look passes and highlight dunks all running in mid season form.
Senior PG D'ante Daniels and junior wing Donovan Draper mesh well with newcomer starters Troy Joseph II, John Mogbo and junior guard Jalen Jeter who completes what is a high octane starting group. The waves keep coming with a bench that keeps the same level of intensity and cohesion. One week in, Forest Hill once again looks like the team to beat and playing at a high level to start the season with big test on the horizon.
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