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January 22, 2022

12/23/2021 11:01:00 AM
Busy week doesn't turn out well for Wildcats

Cramming three games in a five day stretch didn’t turn out well for the Chisago Lakes boys basketball team last week.

They opening the chaotic portion of their schedule with a 79-72 loss to Hill-Murray before losing their Missisippi 8 Conference opener against St. Francis 70-33. They capped off the tough stretch with an 88-57 loss to Coon Rapids on Saturday, December 18.

Hill-Murray 79, Chisago Lakes 72
Chisago Lakes had their best offensive output of the week against Hill-Murray, but they couldn’t quite finish the job against the Pioneers on Tuesday, December 14.
They only trailed by one at halftime, but then the Hill built a bit more of a lead in the second half and triumphed in the game which has become an annual non-conference match up between the two.

Jack Walker led three Wildcats in double figures with 16 points. Owen Larsen and Patrick Rowe each had 12 points for Chisago Lakes.
Max Nicholson scored a game-high 24 points for the Pioneers.

St. Francis 70, Chisago Lakes 33
The Wildcats were longing for their offensive game from the Hill contest when they St. Francis.

Chisago Lakes went ice cold from the field on Thursday, December 16 and they only scored 33 points in their M8C opener.

It was never really a contest between the two as SF ran away pretty quickly with the big lead.

Rowe was the only Wildcat in double figures, scoring 12 points. Reed Marquardt was the second leading scorer with five points.

The St. Francis pair of Derek Stone and Jacob Schultz outscored the ‘Cats by themselves, combining for 35 points and 18 rebounds.

Coon Rapids 88, Chisago Lakes 57
Facing the Coon Rapids Cardinals on Saturday, December 18, things kept going south for the ‘Cats. Coon Rapids scored 88 points and held a near 30 point lead at halftime in a game that was never very close.

Larsen and Zander Schmidt each scored 10 points for CL. Ian Larsen had nine points and Luke Thompson had eight.

For Coon Rapids, they had  eight players score over eight points, with MJ Galimah leading the way with 12. Two others scored in double figures and then a flock of Cardinals had eight and nine points.

Chisago Lakes took on Mora earlier this week before they’ll take over two weeks off for Christmas break. Their next scheduled game is Thursday, January 6 against Becker.

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