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Crawford Looks To Get Back On Track

Story By: Jeff Alan

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 1/1/2014

The Colonel Crawford boys basketball team went into last weekend at 7-0 and in a first place tie in the NCC, but after last Friday and Saturday the Eagles came out of that weekend at 7-2, after back-to-back losses to Bucyrus in conference play 48-47 and 65-59 to Plymouth in non-league action. The loss to the Redmen put the Eagles in a three way tie for second in the NCC with both Bucyrus and Buckeye Central all three have league marks of 2-1, a game back of front running Upper Sandusky 6-3, 3-0. Coach David Sheldon says the team did not shoot well on Friday, but more so than that, did not play good defense. Sheldon says the team has to move on but his team's play on defense has to improve if they wish to accomplish the goals they have set for themselves. The Eagles will play two this weekend both in conference play when they travel to 3-5 Riverdale who has yet to win an NCC game this season at 0-3, then are back home Saturday night against rival Wynford who goes into the weekend at 3-5, 1-2 in conference play.

   
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