Second-half slumps cost ML boys


Last updated 6/10/2021 at 9:07am

MEDICAL LAKE — The inability to put together four quarters of basketball meant a winless week in Northeast A League play for the Medical Lake boys basketball team.

Freeman used a 20-8 third quarter surge to erase a 30-26 Medical Lake lead and won 67-58 June 2. Ashton Hamilton-Becker topped Medical Lake scorers with 18 points.

Then, three days later Riverside came out of a slumber where the Rams scored just 18 first half points and rallied past the Cardinals scoring 19 points in both the third and fourth quarters for a 56-46 win.

Noah Keister and Oscar Harris each scored 13 points for Medi...

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