Miner cagers lose in home finale

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By Andrew Luberda

San Manuel Miner

The Miners boys’ basketball team was handily defeated by the Ray Bearcats last Thursday night, 62 – 35. It was the Miners’ final home game of the season. They have now lost three straight games and will look to end their season on a positive note with two road games remaining.

The Miners have averaged less than 41 points per game scoring during the losing streak. They’ll need more offensive firepower to crack the win column in the final two games. A sweep of the final two games will give the Miners a .500 record for the season.

The Miners will take on Immaculate Heart on February 4, 2014, for the second time this season. They lost in the first matchup between the teams, 27 – 17. Their season finale is at Green Fields Country Day on February 6. The game is scheduled to tipoff at 7:00 p.m.

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