Alta-Aurelia’s state tourney bid denied by No. 8 Sheldon

Alta-Aurelia’s Anthony Krier attempts a shot

while being guarded by Sheldon’s Kyle

Boerhave during their substate game on

Monday. TIMES photo by JAMIE KNAPP

First half scoring droughts hurt Warriors in 62-42 loss to Orabs


Sheldon just simply had more scoring options than Alta-Aurelia did.

The Orabs had all five of their starters score in the first half while the Warriors had only two.

One of those Orab starters — Phil Cain — scored to start a 12-0 spurt that saw Sheldon go from taking a one-point lead early in the second quarter to staking a 13-point halftime lead.

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