Brady struggles to score on Twin Loup
Sitorius carries team with 17 points in loss
Brady’s scoring woe’s continued in its 42-23 loss to Twin Loup at home Saturday as the Eagles moved to 1-2 on the season.
The second loss in as many days came on a cold, 29% shooting night with the Eagle boys scoring fewer than 10 points each quarter.
Head coach Dave Jacobs said the Eagles have to work on shooting and getting movement in the offense.
“We stood around a lot against Twin Loup,” Jacobs said. “We passed it around and then four guys would watch someone go one on one.”
Jacobs added Brady needs to run the offense and run it well to keep the continuity going.
Brady limited the Wolves to fewer than 10 points in three quarters of play but were outscored by 15 in the second period.
“We need to work on certain aspects of our defense and shooting,” Jacobs said. “We have plenty of things to work on.”
The Eagles received 17 points from Nate Sitorius.
“I’d like to see a few people scoring more,” Jacobs said.
Brady travels to Hitchcock County taking on one of the better teams in the area, Jacob said, and hosts a tough, well-coached Loomis team Saturday.
“Were at the point in the season where there aren’t many sure win games,” Jacobs said. “We have to keep getting better.”
Scoring by quarters:
Twin Loup 81789—42
EAGLE SCORERS: Nate Sitorius 17, Chase Viter 4, Troy Lusk 2.
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