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Poor foul shooting costs Laurel
New Brighton (56) Vs. Laurel (45)
Jan 06, 2010
Laurel struggled at the foul line and New Brighton took advantage in posting a Section 2-AA victory.

The Spartans (1-2, 4-4) were just 9 of 24 at the stripe, including 2 of 12 in the first half.

“We shot very poorly from the line and we missed layups,” Laurel coach Mike Tinstman said. “You can’t shoot that way against any team in our league and expect to win.

“It’s frustrating because we work on our free throws every day. We played hard, that’s why we stayed in the game.”

Laurel’s Shane Caldararo recorded a game-high 16 points, while Jake Dando tallied nine markers and a team-best nine rebounds.

Chris Weathers led the Lions (1-1, 4-5) with 15 points.
Nightly Roundup
Game Scoreboard
Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 OT SCORE
New Brighton 12 14 9 21 0 56
Laurel 11 17 6 11 0 45
Box Scores
NEW BRIGHTON (56)
Kane Rombold 3 2-2 11
Brian Circle 4 1-4 9
Alan Sheffield 0 2-2 2
Josh McFrazier 5 2-3 12
Chris Weathers 5 3-6 15
Sharron Moreland-Jones 3 0-0 7
Kyle Bonner 0 0-0 0.
Totals: 20 10-17 56.

LAUREL (45)
Eric Wallas 0 2-2 2
Mike Natale 1 1-4 3
Shane Caldararo 7 2-6 16
Jake Dando 3 3-6 9
Tyler Forbes 3 0-4 6
Chad Long 3 1-2 7
Ryan Melichar 1 0-0 2
Todd Fennick 0 0-0 0.
Totals: 18 9-24 45.

NEW BRIGHTON 12 14 9 21 — 56
LAUREL 11 17 6 11 — 45
3-point goals — New Brighton 6 (Rombold 3, Weathers 2, Moreland-Jones 1).
JV score: Laurel 43, New Brighton 40. High scorer: L — Todd Fennick 25.
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