Gay gets 19, but Spalding falls short

Poor-shooting Cavs lose in Ohio tournament, 48-45

Boys basketball

High Schools

January 20, 2003|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

DAYTON, Ohio - Despite 19 points and 12 rebounds by Rudy Gay, No. 5 Archbishop Spalding dropped a 48-45 decision to Our Savior America High School (N.Y.) last night in the semifinals of the Flyin' to the Hoop National Holiday Invitational.

Gay, a 6-foot-7 junior forward, also had two blocks and two steals on a poor shooting night for the Cavaliers (18-4).

"We only shot 34 percent from the floor and didn't make the baskets when we needed to make them," said Spalding coach Mike Glick. "Overall, though, we did not play that bad."

Will Bowers and Gus Durr had eight points each for the Cavaliers.

Spalding will play in the third-place game tonight against Heritage Christian of Houston.

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