Mustangs unable to convert short shots
ARMSTRONG — The Armstrong-Ringsted boys basketball team struggled to score the easy points in a 54-37 loss to Ruthven-Ayrshire on Tuesday.
“We were our own worst enemy,” said A-R coach George Walker.
The coach said his team was 2-of-12 from the field in the first quarter and 2-of-10 in the third quarter.
“I see a lot of circles around the basket,” said Walker referring to his shot chart.
The Mustangs were led by Ethan Eisenbacher with 12 points.
Dillion Mcbride had seven points. Brett Tigges was limited to six points and had a team-high five rebounds. Tyler Tonderum contributed three points along with a team-high three assists and two steals. Craig Tigges also had three points.
A-R will host Twin River Valley on Friday.