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Poor second quarter leads to lose to Cameron County

December 22, 2011

Photo by Keith Reigel – Jeff Kocjancic hits a big 3-pointer in the second half of the game with Cameron County. Kocjancic found getting open tough as the Red Raiders were constantly looking for him. Kocjancic was able to share the team lead in scoring with Tyler Ennis as they both knocked down a hard-earned nine points.

The Kane Wolves were held to only two points in the second quarter and found themselves playing catchup the rest of the game against a good Cameron County team in a 40-30 loss.
The Red Raiders hit a big 3-pointer right before the buzzer in the first quarter to take a 6-point lead into the second quarter instead of a 3-point lead.
The Wolves' defense played tough but were trying to make big plays all night against a talented team. The free-throw line again was a problem as Kane converted only eight of their 23 tries.
Poor shooting and not boxing out proved again to come back to haunt the Wolves.

See full article by purchasing the Dec. 22 edition of The Kane Republican.

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