Falmouth Basketball Comes Up Short To DY | Falmouth Sports | capenews.net #You_ForJanuary 13, 2019
The presence of Falmouth boys’ basketball forwards Kyle Cardoza and Cam Dunbury altered the Clippers’ road game against the Blue Knights.
“I think our size helped,” Falmouth head coach Paul Lundberg said.
As a team, the Blue Knights made seven of 35 attempts from beyond the arc.
“We missed a lot of open looks,” Sandwich head coach Dennis Green said.
“They definitely have the size advantage, but we have to shoot better.
Despite the obvious size advantage by Falmouth (3-4, 1-1 ACL), the two teams played in typical tooth-and-nail style.
Lang finished with 12 points, all via the 3-ball, to go with five boards and three assists.
That’s the name of the game, and we didn’t do that tonight,” Green said.
Senior co-captain Eric Conrad finished the game with 12 points, 13 rebounds, five assists and four steals.
“I thought we were playing well down-low late in the game, but a couple [of] times we kicked it out for a three and we missed it.”