February 2, 2018

Wildcats protect their house on Parents’ Night

BY HUNTER ANDES
The North Shore-Plaza Wildcats defended their house when Garrison came to town Saturday, Feb. 17. It was the last home game of the year for the Cats, so they were fighting for a win.
The first quarter wasn’t pretty for NS-P, Garrison started the game strong, scoring 10 points right out of the gate. At the first quarter’s five-minute mark, the Cats realized they needed an overhaul, so they went to work.
They got back in the game by the end of the first, and in the second quarter they were firing on all five cylinders. At half time the score was in the Cats’ favor, 37-28.
The Cats maintained their lead until one of their starters got into foul trouble in the beginning of the fourth. The engine purr the Cats’ had in the second and third quarters started turning into an engine miss. The starter was only out for a couple minutes, but the Troopers used that to their advantage, narrowing the game to within a couple points.

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