Ogden boys go 1-1 in first week

Bulldog Charlie Lake attempts a three-pointer as signaled by the referee in last Friday’ night’s game. -Photo by T. R. Photography

The Ogden boys’ season opened up against a strong opponent in the Knights of Woodward Academy. The Bulldogs played a very tough game, as the game was tied after three quarters, but fell to Woodward Academy after the Knights scored 26 points in the fourth quarter. The bulldogs were outscored by twelve in the fourth and lost with a score of 63-51. 

The Bulldogs had a very balanced scoring attack in the game. Kayden Kruse was the leading scorer with 11 points, hitting two three pointers. Sawyer Wagner chipped in 10 points. Noah Snedden added nine points, all of which came from the free throw line. Ben Heeren also added nine points and led the team in rebounds, as he had 16 boards. One area the Bulldogs struggled was shooting from behind the arc, only making 4 out of the 20 shots they took. 

When asked about how the team played, Coach Morris had this to say, “ I think we will make more shots next game out. We just need to come out ready to play. We need to work on the turnover situation and take care of the ball better.” 

Read more in the Dec. 6 issue of The Ogden Reporter.