Tigers Defeated in Homecoming Game

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For the Tigers’ second game of the season, the Tigers played the Ringwood Red Devils on homecoming night. At the start of the game, the Red Devils won the jump, with the Tigers starting on defense. On defense, the Tigers managed to stop the opposing post and were able to get the Red Devils to turn over the ball. On offense, the Tigers ran a fast-break, with the Tigers making the first points in the game.
In the second quarter, the Tigers started on offense. On offense, the Tigers tried to run their plays, with the Tigers scoring at the start of the second quarter. On defense, the Tigers stopped the Red Devils from shooting three-pointers, but were unable to stop them from driving. The Tigers continued trying to get fast-breaks when they stole the ball, however, they would only make a few lay-ups.
After half-time, the Tigers started on defense. On defense, the Tigers tried manning the Red Devils. After a few seconds, the Red Devils were able to score a three-pointer, starting off the half in their favor. On offense, the Tigers ran their plays, but were unable to make their shots. The Tigers would repeatedly miss their shots, with the Red Devils able to beat them on defense.
In the final quarter, the Tigers started on offense. On offense, the Tigers moved the ball, looking for an open player. However, the ball was stolen, and the Red Devils made the following lay-up, drawing a foul. On defense, the Tigers managed to stop the Red Devils from scoring in the paint, but could not stop them from shooting three-pointers. In the final minutes of the game, the Red Devils received a technical foul. The Tigers, however, would only make one out of two shots.
The final score of the game was Canton Tigers 40/ Ringwood Red Devils 58.