Boys Basketball falls to 5th ranked Grandview

Jake Reed, Spear CEO

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It’s no secret that the boys basketball team has struggled in inter-league play this season, with a 1-8 standing against Centennial opponents and a 4-14 record overall. On Wed. Jan 31, the Warriors fell to 5th ranked Grandview in a 59-43 contest. They snapped an 8 game losing streak dating back to December with a win over Mullen last Monday, and they will look to finish the season strong.

Carter Sturgeon, 11, lead the Warriors on scoring offense with 16 points on a 44% field goal percentage. The Warriors struggled overall in terms of shooting, with drastically lower FGM percentages than the Grandview offense (34% to 55%, respectively). Along with 15 turnovers given up, 8 of which were steals, the game ended fairly one sided.

The Spear will broadcast Saturday’s contest against the 20th ranked Eaglecrest Raptors, with tip-off starting a 2:00pm.

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Jake Reed, Spear CEO
Jake is a senior at Arapahoe who runs Cross Country and is a co-CEO of Spear Broadcasting. In his free time, he enjoys watching sports, going skiing, and appreciating all his last year of high school has to offer. After his senior year, Jake plans to study broadcast journalism and pursue a career in the...
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Boys Basketball falls to 5th ranked Grandview