Rams Drop Game Against Bryan
The Rams were held to 30 percent shooting including 16 percent from behind the arc as they dropped a road conference game 52-45.
February 17, 2011
Courtesy of Bluefield Daily Telegraph
DAYTON, Tenn. — The Rams were held to 30 percent shooting including 16 percent from behind the arc as they dropped a road conference game 52-45.
Byron Carpenter was the lone Ram that had double figures in the road loss against Bryan.
Bluefield trailed 24-15 at intermission and could not right the ship in the second half.
Byron Carpenter was the lone Ram in double-figures. Carpenter scored 18 points and grabbed a team-high 7 rebounds. Rob Wright added 7 points in the loss.
Keith Bauer led the Lions with 20 points and 5 rebounds. Xavierian McCall finished with 10 points and Scott Newton added 9.
The Rams will honor Rob Wright during Saturday's game against Montreat College with the men's team scheduled for tip- off around 6:00 pm.