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Boys Basketball, Game Article | December 8, 2012

Canyon Lake Comes up Short in Loss to Randolph, 32-30

Canyon Lake came up short again against Randolph in another Championship game, this time losing, 32-30.

Last week, CL lost by 16 at the Marion Tourney and so if you are into moral victories, then this was one you can hang your hat on.

“Our defense was real good,” Head Coach Lucas Chapman said. “We need to find ways to score and find ways to win.”

For five minutes starting their end of the third quarter, the Hawks could not buy a basket.

Canyon Lake had just one field goal with 30 seconds left in the third quarter till the end of this contest.

The chances of only losing by two points will give you an idea of how much, other parts, of CL’s game is clicking, especially on the defensive side of their game.

Some of that intensity was lost when Isaac Pruna went down with an ankle sprain in that second half.

The Hawks had a chance after forcing a turnover with four seconds left in regulation, but a Andrew Riali three pointer was short of the mark.

Canyon Lake will now travel to Comfort next Tuesday and then another chance to meet Randolph in their tournament next weekend.

               1   2   3   4   Final
 Randolph      9   5   9   9   32
 Canyon Lake   8   8  11   3   30
                3point               Rebounds
 Name      fgm-fga fgm-fga ftm-fta  Tot or dr Tot  a  s  b  to
 Riali       0-4     0-4     0-0     0  0  2   2   0  1  0  0
 McIntire    1-2     1-2     0-0     3  0  1   1   0  0  1  1
 Faulkner    0-0     0-0     0-0     0  0  0   0   0  0  0  2
 Davis       3-9     0-3     1-2     7  2  3   5   0  0  0  2
 Hubnik      3-6     0-2     1-2     7  0  2   2   0  0  0  5
 Wellings    0-0     0-0     0-0     0  0  0   0   0  0  0  1
 Clark       0-0     0-0     0-0     0  0  0   0   1  0  0  1
 Kreiger     2-10    0-1     0-0     4  2  3   5   1  2  3  3
 J Mendez    3-5     0-0     0-0     6  0  1   1   0  4  0  1
 Pruna       0-0     0-0     3-4     3  2  3   5   0  1  0  0
 Total      12-36    1-12    5-8    30  6 15  21   2  8  4 16
 Percentage 33.3%    8.3%   62.5%