Eagles end season with district loss to Lions

From left are Jamestown's Chad Cook, a senior, and Alden Rohrbach, a sophomore, who were recently named to the CCAA All-Conference basketball teams by the coaches in the conference. Cook was named to the second team, while Rohrbach received honorable mention.

From left are Jamestown's Chad Cook, a senior, and Alden Rohrbach, a sophomore, who were recently named to the CCAA All-Conference basketball teams by the coaches in the conference. Cook was named to the second team, while Rohrbach received honorable mention. Photo by April Arnett.

Jamestown faced Tuscumbia Feb. 28 in first-round action at the Class 1 District 9 Boys Basketball Tournament at St. Elizabeth, where the Eagles ended the season with a 64-28 loss to the Lions.

Tuscumiba, the #3 seed, led 26-7 after the first quarter and 38-24 at the half. The Lions outscored Jamestown, the #6 seed, 11-2 and 15-2 in the second half to take the win.

"We fell behind after the first quarter due to turnovers against their pressure defense," Jamestown Coach Ronnie Conner said. "We came back with a strong second quarter and outscored them 17-12, but were outscored 26-4 in the second half."

For more of this story check out the March 7 issue of the California Democrat.

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