Gehlen Catholic boys basketball suffered their first loss of the season last night dropping their game with Unity Christian 64-41.
The Knights and Jays were knotted up after the first half with the score tied at 31. Each team shot around 50% for the first half, and things looked like they would be competitive. The second half proved otherwise with the Jays getting outscored 33-10 and shooting 4-25 from the field. Head Coach Mike Langel says that their downfall started in the first few minutes of the second half.
Carter DeRocher led the Jays with 18, and Keaten Bonderson scored 14. Only two other Jays contributed points in the game. Coach Langel says that need to change quickly if his team wants to be successful.
The Jays are 5-1 and host Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn tonight.