Wednesday, January 16, 2013
The Camdenton Lakers (6-9) hit a tough couple of games last week on the road, taking a 66-59 overtime loss at the hands of the Glendale Falcons last Tuesday and a 60-46 loss to Joplin on Friday.
At Glendale, the Lakers made it a game, with Kullen Carlock finishing with a whopping 30-point contribution in the effort.
At Joplin, it was Adam St. Peter who tagged the 30 points, but this time against the Lakers. They held Carlock to only 15 points, his lowest gain of the season to date.
Ryan Elliott and John Hyde each added 12 points for the Lakers in the effort.
The Lakers are now 0-3 in the Ozark Conference.
The Lakers were on the road again last night at Bolivar, but will host West Plains this Friday. Varsity tip-off is at 7:30 p.m.