Both Cardinal teams fall to Lakeside
Last updated 1/27/2022 at 1:30pm
MEDICAL LAKE – The Cardinal basketball teams hosted Lakeside High School on January 18, and both the boys’ and girls’ varsity teams lost to the Eagles.
The boys’ team for Medical Lake lost 59-43, and the Lady Cardinals lost by a score of 44-21.
Tyler Sembly led the Cardinals in scoring with 12 points, and pulled down several rebounds on the night also. Eugene Haas III, Oran Rhimer, and Noah Keister followed him in scoring, although they couldn’t get into double digits on the night.
Defensively Medical Lake had a tough time stopping the Eagles. Brayden Field scored 18 points for Lakeside, and Calvin Mikkelsen put up 15 points. The third player for the Eagles to put up double digits was Dane Kreuch scoring 13.
The Eagles did most of the work from the floor, as they only shot four free throws on the night making two of them.
Medical Lake however attempted ten free throws on the night but only made four of them.
Medical Lake falls to 5-6 on the year and Lakeside improved to 8-6.
The boys’ team also faced of against the Newport Grizzlies o January 21, and won that game 69-61.
Tyler Sembly led the Cardinals scoring efforts with 22 points on the night, and he was joined by three other players scoring in double digits. Oran Rhimer had 14, Noah Keister ended with 13, and Eugene Haas III put up 11 on the night.
Medical Lake improved to an even 6-6 on the year, while Newport dropped to 0-11.
The Lady Cardinals also lost to the Eagles, and Medical Lake struggled offensively through the night.
Charde’ Luat wasn’t in the lineup for this game, leaving the team a little shorthanded on the offensive side of the ball.
The game started slowly to begin with and after the first quarter of play the score was only 7-3. Medical Lake couldn’t pull the offense together through the game, and didn’t score over ten points in any one quarter during the game.
Coming up short on free throws also left a lot of unscored points on the table as the Cardinals went 4 of 13 on foul shots for the night.
Lakeside took off in the second quarter, and never looked back behind the scoring of Macy Cummings and Sophia Stadler. Ayanna Tobeck also contributed for the Eagles with a couple of three pointers and nine points on the night. Lakeside was also able to move the ball effectively and find open shots.
The Eagles also worked the ball into the paint and forced fouls, as they ended up shooting 16 free throws on the night, although they only made seven of those shots.
Medical Lake fell to an even 5-5 on the year, and Lakeside improved to 7-6-1.
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