Blackhawks fall three points shy of wins over Reardan, Cashmere
While Cheney’s pair of losses last week were by a combined total of three points, for first-year head coach Chris Dunn, the frustration is that the games with Reardan and Cashmere ended up in the “L” column in the first place.
“We should’ve come out on top with both of them,” Dunn said Monday.
The Blackhawks looked sharp in the first quarter Tuesday at Reardan, opening a 14-4 lead after the first eight minutes. But then Cheney began settling for outside jumpers instead of taking the ball to the hoop, enabling Reardan to rally for a 24-18 lead at the break.
The Blackhawks battled...
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