Early deficit proves costly for Calvary
Sunday, December 16, 2012
The hole was too big to dig out of. The Calvary Lutheran Lions allowed 15 straight first-quarter points and trailed by 14 after eight minutes of play.
Calvary Lutheran kept battling, but it just couldn’t climb back into the game, falling 55-44 to Climax Springs on Saturday afternoon at the Trinity Lutheran gym.
“We have a hard time really starting off a game,” Calvary Lutheran coach Mark Buffington said. “We get down. We’ve done that almost every game.”
After a layup from Loren Schlichting and a 3-pointer from Trevor Dusheke put the Lions ahead 5-4 early in ....
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