Laingbsurg Gets Rivalry Win; Remains Perfect in CMAC
Somebody's losing streak was ending on Thursday night. Bath was on a four game losing streak coming into a home contest against their rivals, the Laingsburg Wolfpack, who were on a two game losing streak themselves.
Laingsburg started their 2018 on the right foot with a 53-44 win on the road to go to 2-0 in the CMAC. Laingsburg is one of three undefeated teams remaining in CMAC conference play. Fowler (4-0) and Dansville (3-0) are the others.
Sophomore Gabe Hawes was among the starting five for Laingsburg and made the most of starter's minutes with 14 points (5-9 shooting), six rebounds, an assist and two steals on the night. Hawes came off the bench for head coach Dan Blemaster during the 2017 portion of this season.
Senior Nick Putnam played a strong two way game earning player of the game nods from our broadcasters for Laingsburg with 14 points and four rebounds. He was 7-8 from the free throw line as part of a fantastic night at the charity stripe for the Wolfpack. Laingsburg was 25-33 from the free throw line as a team.
In the loss, Bath was led by Harry Gilstrap who finished with a line of 12 points (5-12 shooting), four rebounds and four steals on the night. Zach Parry was also in double figures for the Bees with 10 points and nine boards.
|28 (6)||Rebounds (Off)||38 (17)|
|31.6 (12-38)||FG%||32.1 (17-53)|
|18.1 (4-22)||3pt%||19.0 (4-21)|
|75.8 (25-33)||FT%||28.6 (4-14)|
Harry Gilstrap (Bath): 12 points (5-12), 4 rebounds, assist, 4 steals
Zach Parry (Bath): 10 points (5-10), 9 rebounds, 2 assists
Gavin Parry (Bath) 9 points (3-9), 2 rebounds, steal
Gabe Hawes (Laingsburg) 14 points (5-9), 6 rebounds, assist, 2 steals
Nick Putnam (Laingsburg) 14 points (3-6), 4 rebounds, 3 assists
Kam Brown (Laingsburg) 10 points (1-6), 4 rebounds, 2 assists, steal
Jacob Raleigh (Laingsburg) 8 points (2-3), 4 rebounds, 3 steals