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1/23/2013 9:25:00 AM
Chino Valley Cougars fight hard but suffer loss to Bagdad Friday
Review/Heidi Dahms FosterChino Valley students held a “Hoopcoming” week this past week to support the school’s sports teams. The event featured a spirit week with themed days, a pep assembly with a dance off between Cougars, above, and special prices to get into the games and a dance following if purchased together. The Cougars had a great home crowd to cheer them on in Friday’s games against Bagdad.
Review/Heidi Dahms Foster

Chino Valley students held a “Hoopcoming” week this past week to support the school’s sports teams. The event featured a spirit week with themed days, a pep assembly with a dance off between Cougars, above, and special prices to get into the games and a dance following if purchased together. The Cougars had a great home crowd to cheer them on in Friday’s games against Bagdad.

Although three Chino Valley players scored in double figures, the Cougars ultimately couldn't fend off a hot-shooting Bagdad squad in the tide-turning fourth quarter.

Playing in front of a big home crowd Friday, Chino Valley got in late foul trouble and surrendered five 3-pointers in the final eight minutes.

The game was tied 10-10 at the end of the first period, but the Cougars held a 24-19 halftime lead and a 37-33 advantage at the end of the third period.

"It was a tough game to lose, but the kids played very hard," CVHS coach Bill McKnight said.

Cole Padilla led Chino Valley with 17 points, while teammates Jeremiah Moeller and Marcus Ferguson netted 10 points each. The Cougars' Justin Corbell pulled down 11 rebounds.

Chino returns to the hardwood next Tuesday at Sedona Red Rock.


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