Boys’ basketball takes victory against Cristo Rey due to ‘unselfish’ play, great ball movement

Kevin Huang
Senior Jesus Galindo attempts get the rebound while a Cristo Rey player tries to tip the ball into the hoop.

Date: Jan. 6

Opponent: Cristo Rey (now 0-10)

Location: Jesuit High School

Final score: 74-48, Cavs’ victory

First quarter: 28-2

Second quarter: 34-12

Third quarter: 57-20

Leading scorers: juniors Cole Johnson (13) and Reggie Fan (13)

Inside info from junior Harkirat Lally before the game: “We’re going to do fine. I’m confident in our team skill. (In order to win) we need to rebound, play good defense and move the ball.”

Inside info from Fan: “We moved the ball well on offense and were unselfish. We played good defense, and our press worked well.”

Kevin Huang
Junior Reggie Fan waits for the referee’s signal to bring a ball back into play.

Inside info from freshman Jackson Crawford: “We had a really good first quarter with great ball movement and unselfishness. Overall, it was one of our best games because we spread the ball around really well. (But) we still need to talk on defense more.”

Additional info: This was the highest-scoring game the Cavs have had this season.

Player of the game (per assistant coach Miles Edwards): Lally for his rebounds.

Next game: Tuesday, Jan. 10, at home at 7:30 p.m. against Lutheran High School (6-6). The Cavs previously defeated the Panthers on Dec. 12, 71-48.

Cavs’ records: 8-3 (overall) and 2-1 (league)

By Annya Dahmani

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