The Cumberland Valley Christian Blazers fell behind 9-0 and by no means recovered, dropping a 72-55 determination to New Life Christian Friday night in a Mason Dixon Christian Convention boys basketball recreation.
“We simply got here out flat tonight, and that set the tone for the remainder of the sport,” Blazers coach Austin Sanders stated. “Our protection was dangerous and one thing that we are going to be spending an intensive period of time on throughout the break. New Life did an amazing job of executing their offense and making photographs, however we’re not going to win loads of video games if we proceed to surrender that many factors. Protection is an issue, nevertheless it’s a fixable drawback. These guys perceive that and are desirous to get higher throughout observe.”
New Life led 22-13 on the finish of the primary quarter and 35-21 on the break. The Blazers (3-4, 1-2 MDCC) put collectively a 23-point third quarter, however additionally they allowed 23 and trailed 58-44 coming into the ultimate interval.
Nollin Egolf scored 31 factors for the Blazers. Thomas Garvin added 15, Aaron Minnier six and Reece Hunsberger three. Hunsberger and Garvin every pulled down six rebounds, and Minnier and Egolf every grabbed 5. Egolf contributed 5 assists and 4 steals.