Tigers controlling MCHS boys basketball team
Bulldogs attempting to break six-game losing streak tonight
The Bulldogs endure more of the same in the third quarter. They score only 7 points. Senior Chet Harvey scored 4 points in the third, and Haddan added two more, giving him 10 for the game.
Tigers lead, 56-27.
Grand Junction continued dominating the boards in the second quarter and went into halftime leading the MCHS Bulldogs, 37-20. Second-chance points are hard to come by for the Bulldogs tonight, and the Tigers are making difficult shots on the offensive end.
Junior Colby Haddan leads MCHS with 8 points.
Facing a size disadvantage, the Moffat County High School boys varsity basketball team was beaten on the boards in the first quarter and trails Grand Junction, 19-7. Senior Dylon Camilletti led MCHS with 3 points in the first quarter.
The Moffat County High School boys varsity basketball team is on the wrong side of a six-game streak, and seeks to breakout tonight against the Grand Junction High School Tigers.
The Bulldogs are vying for their second win of the season. Tip-off is set for 7:30 p.m. at MCHS, 900 Finley Lane.
The Bulldogs are 1-9 overall and 0-1 in the Western Slope League after losing Saturday’s league opener against Glenwood Springs High School.
The Tigers are 7-3 overall, and have not opened play in the Southwestern League.
While his team has come out flat several times this season, MCHS head coach David Bradshaw said he was happy with his team’s effort Saturday.
If the Bulldogs can play with the same effort the remainder of the season, they will win more games, the coach said.
The Bulldogs’ lone victory was a 58-56 overtime victory against Central Grand Junction High School.
The Tigers have won two straight games since returning from winter break.
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