By Matthew O. Stephens
Cheney Free Press 

Cardinals split games with Rams


Last updated 2/10/2022 at 8am

Matthew O. Stephens

Medical Lake's Tyler Sembly catches a pass and puts up a quick layup before Daniel Schneider can defend the shot for Riverside.

MEDICAL LAKE – Both games between Medical Lake and Riverside High School on Thursday, Feb. 3, were hard fought battles that came down to the wire. The Cardinal boys beat the Rams 50-43, while the girls team fell short 41-37.

"We were able to get a quality win against Riverside," said Boys Head Coach Jordan Starr. "I am proud of this team's dedication and hard work through the season."

The Cardinals started out with a strong first quarter up 16 -8. The first points on the board came from Eugene Haas who was fouled on a shot from beyond the arc. Haas sank two-of -three attempts from the ch...

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