Boys’ basketball wins second game by finding holes in Lutheran’s defense, playing efficiently

Kevin Huang
Junior Reggie Fan (25) blocks a Lutheran player while junior Harkirat Lally grapples with another behind him. Fan was the third-highest scorer in the game with 14.

Date: Dec. 2

Opponent: Div. VI Lutheran High School (1-2)

Location: Asian Sports Foundation

Final Score: 71-48 Cavs’ victory

Quarter 1: 20-10

Quarter 2: 28-24

Quarter 3: 50-33

Leading scorers: juniors Cole Johnson (19), Jake Longoria (19) and Reggie Fan (14)

Inside info from Longoria: “We swung the ball really well. (Lutheran) played zone, so we really needed to work the ball around. We were getting shots late into the shot clock, which is good because it (meant we were) maximizing our offensive efficiency and looking for a good shot every time. We really just broke them down on the offensive end and did a good job of finding holes in their defense.”

Kevin Huang
Junior Cole Johnson jumps to tip a ball into the hoop.

Inside info from junior Harkirat Lally: “We had really good ball movement and took care of the ball.”

Player of the game (per assistant coach Miles Edwards): “(Freshman) Jackson (Crawford) due to great passing.” Crawford had 6 points.

Next game: Monday, Dec. 5, away against Leroy Greene Academy (0-0) at 5 p.m.

By Annya Dahmani

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