Tigers can’t overcome Cavs, slow start
It’s supposed to be how you finish the game is more important than how you start it. That theory didn’t work so well for the Princeton Tigers at LaSalle-Peru Saturday night.
The Tigers scored the final 12 points in a 12-point game that was not as close as the final score would make it seem. It was the Cavs who made the good start, scoring the game’s first 18 points on the way to 43-31 victory.
After the cold start, the Tigers did their best to get back in the game, closing within 20-12 on a three-pointer by Aaron Ray with two minutes to go in the first half. A hoop by Josh Kieffer brought the Tigers a little closer, but the Cavs scored the final six points of the half to secure a 26-12 advantage at the break.
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