Cavs Defeat Number 2 Kebs, 97-95
LAWTON, Okla. - The Lawton- Fort Sill Cavalry defeated the Quebec Kebs in a close game last night with the help of free throws with a final score of 97-95.
The number 2 Kebs were the Cavs' toughest team to beat- they already lost to them once away earlier in the season.
The Cavs could not gain a lead in the first half, ending the 2nd quarter down by five points with a score of 48-43.
However, the Cavs managed to close the scoreboard gap after the 3rd quarter, trailing the Kebs by just one point with a score of 66-67.
The Cavs and the Kebs went back and forth with points in the 4th quarter, tying the score 95-95 with just 2 seconds left in the game.
Cavs guard Shaun Fountain was fouled and made both free throws, making the final score 97-95.
Fountain was also the Cavs' leading scorer with 18 points and 2 rebounds, shooting 8-8 in free throws and 5-11 in field goals.
Kebs guard Royce Parran was their leading scorer with 25 points and 2 rebounds, shooting 8-9 in free throws and 7-13 in field goals.
The next Cavs game will be Wed. March 23 in Dayton, Ohio against the Dayton Air Strikers at 6:05 pm C.
For more information about Cavs basketball please call 580.353.CAVS (2287) or visit our website at www.lfscavs.com. Go Cavs Crazy!
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