Cold Spalding falls in Alhambra, 60-38

High Schools

March 15, 2002|By Pat O'Malley

FROSTBURG - Baltimore Catholic League champion Archbishop Spalding played its "worst game" of the season in the first round of yesterday's 42nd Alhambra Catholic Invitational Tournament at Frostburg State University, losing to Gonzaga of Washington, 60-38.

"It was horrific, definitely, by far, our worst game, " said Spalding coach Mike Glick.

"We were sluggish and lethargic, and I was very disappointed with our execution and effort."

The Cavaliers (28-6) shot just 30 percent from the field, hitting 15 of 50 shots, only three of 22 from three-point range.

Gonzaga, which meets Bishop O'Connell at 7.30 tonight, shot 53 percent on 23-for-43 from the field to humble the cold-shooting Cavaliers.

Sophomore Antwan Harrison led the Eagles with 16 points and Luke Owings added 15.

Junior Matt Latonick had eight points for Spalding.

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