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By Lih-An Yang
The Courier 

Scotties Show Improvement Despite 46-35 Loss to Baker at Home


A 15-2 run early in the second quarter gave the Scottie boys a four-point lead over the Baker Spartans, and the first win for the Scotties loomed within reach. However, sharp shooting gave the visitors an edge, and the Spartans hung on with a one-point lead over the Scotties, 24-23, at half time. The Spartans never looked back.

Glasgow was outscored by Baker, 4-11, in the third quarter. Down 35-27 going into the fourth, the Scotties caught up within five points with two minutes left on the clock. However, Scotties' turnovers, and the Spartans' 6 for 6 from the free-throw line, stretched Bak...

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