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Arcadia Outlasts Lakota

12/05/2018, 12:30am EST
By Sandra Wallace

Arcadia uses 15-6 fourth quarter to down Lakota 41-39


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Arcadia's Cole Coppus Late Three Pointer Downs Lakota 41-39

            Lakota Boys Basketball opened their season Tuesday with four new starters under new head coach Ron Meade on the road against Arcadia. The Raiders led the game 33-26 at the end of the third quarter before Arcadia's pressure defense forced turnovers and the Redskins used a 15-6 fourth quarter to down the Raiders 41-39.

            Arcadia opened the game with 4 straight points before the Raiders Jay Matz, Elijah Franks and Dakota Travis fueled an 8-0 run in the middle of the quarter, Arcadia had a put back to end the quarter down 8-6. The Raiders started the second quarter with a burst of scoring to go up by six points, but two Hayden Rader three-point field goals helped to pull the Redskins even before the Raiders scored on an offensive rebound to lead at the half 20-18.

            The game was tied at 22 with 5:26 left in the third quarter when Lakota went on an 11-4 run to end the quarter, a Franks three-point basket, two made free throws from Braden Schaser, two points from Payton Ackerman and four points from Cameron Balderson, swelled the Lakota lead to 33-26 at the end of the third quarter.

            At start of the fourth quarter the Arcadia defense put pressure on the Raiders and forced turnovers. Arcadia started the quarter on an 8-2 run before the Raiders Franks scored a basket to put the Raiders up by three. Arcadia’s Justin Stoner and Lakota’s Franks traded made free throws before a Stoner made shot that put Arcadia down 38-39. Arcadia’s full court pressure caused a Lakota turnover and Arcadia’s Cole Coppus drained a three-point basket to put the Redskins ahead for good 41-39. Lakota had one more opportunity on offence, but the Arcadia defense did not allow them to get off a good shot.

            Arcadia’s Coppus and Lakota’s Franks each led their teams with 12. Stoner for Arcadia scored 11, and Rader added 8, Logan Boes and Eli Palmer each scored 4 and Dezmond Johnson 2 for Arcadia. Lakota scoring along with Franks, Travis 7, Ackerman 6, Balderson and Jalen Cofer both with 4, and Schaser, Matz and Collin Hipsher each with 2.

Arcadia's Cole Coppus late three-pointer downs Lakota

            Lakota Boys Basketball opened their season Tuesday with four new starters under new head coach Ron Meade on the road against Arcadia, the Raiders lead the game 33-26 at the end of the third quarter before Arcadia's pressure defense forced turnovers and the Redskins used a 15-6 fourth quarter to down the Raiders 41-39.

            Arcadia opened the game with 4 straight points before the Raiders Jay Matz, Elijah Franks and Dakota Travis fueled an 8-0 run in the middle of the quarter, Arcadia had a put back to end the quarter down 8-6. The Raiders started the second quarter with a burst of scoring to go up by six points, but two Hayden Rader three-point field goals helped to pull the Redskins even before the Raiders scored on an offensive rebound to lead at the half 20-18.

            The game was tied at 22 with 5:26 left in the third quarter when Lakota went on an 11-4 run to end the quarter, a Franks three-point basket, two made free throws from Braden Schaser, two points from Payton Ackerman and four points from Cameron Balderson, swelled the Lakota lead to 33-26 at the end of the third quarter.

            The start of the fourth quarter the Arcadia defense put pressure on the Raiders and forced turnovers. Arcadia started the quarter on an 8-2 run before the Raiders Franks scored a basket to put the Raiders up by three. Arcadia’s Justin Stoner and Lakota’s Franks traded made free throws before a Stoner made shot that put Arcadia down 38-39. Arcadia’s full court pressure caused a Lakota turnover and Arcadia’s Cole Coppus drained a three-point basket to put the Redskins ahead for good 41-39. Lakota had one more opportunity on offence, but the Arcadia defense did not allow them to get off a good shot.

            Arcadia’s Coppus and Lakota’s Franks each led their teams with 12. Stoner for Arcadia scored 11, and Rader added 8, Logan Boes and Eli Palmer each scored 4 and Dezmond Johnson 2 for Arcadia. Lakota scoring along with Franks, Travis 7, Ackerman 6, Balderson and Jalen Cofer both with 4, and Schaser, Matz and Collin Hipsher each with 2.

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