Early deficit proves costly for Calvary

Trevor Dusheke of Calvary Lutheran gets set to drive past Seth Cline of Climax Springs during Saturday afternoon’s game.

Trevor Dusheke of Calvary Lutheran gets set to drive past Seth Cline of Climax Springs during Saturday afternoon’s game. Photo by Jeremy Jardine.

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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