After a slow start, the Kodiaks began to find the basket and gain some momentum on offense. Defensively the team put up a fight against a larger RMCA squad, but with 8 turnovers in the first quarter, the deficit was hard to overcome. James H. found the basket in the second half and led the Kodiaks in scoring before fouling out. Eytan P. and Andrew H. found the hoop for a 3-pointer a piece, adding a spark to the Kodiak bench.
Coach Rob Hedden commented, “We are hoping to clean up our turnover ratio in the next few weeks and work on protecting the ball, while also learning to trust our ability to score.” The Kodiaks are back in action on Wednesday at Peyton for 4:00/5:00 tip-offs. Go Kodiaks!