Lucas Obst drives through a sea of Knights on Jan. 15 during the Aces’ game against CACHS. Obst is credited as the Aces’ seconded highest scorer of the game. Photo by Kaylyn Whibbs/Eckville Echo

Eckville Aces senior boys basketball crumbles to the Knights

The Aces came out with a 99-54 loss to CACHS on Jan. 15

The senior boys Eckville Aces basketball team folded to the CACHS Knights on Jan. 15.

The Aces lost 99-54 to the Knights in the Tuesday night game.

The Knights played a strong game and pulled ahead of the Aces 50-22 in the first half.

The Aces were 44 points behind CACHS after the third quarter and did not make any ground on the deficit in the final quarter of the game.

The Aces found themselves down 99-54 at the game’s final buzzer.

Top scorer of the game was Dekker Gillett putting over half of the Aces’ points on the board, followed by Lucas Obst.

The senior boys Aces’ next game is on Jan. 30 at home. Tip off will follow the senior girls’ basketball game.

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Ethan Kalev goes hand-to-hand with a Knight while taking a shot on Jan. 15. The Aces lost 99-54 to CACHS. Photo by Kaylyn Whibbs/Eckville Echo

Arjan Both prepares to take a shot with pressure from a Knight looming nearby. The Aces return to the court on Jan. 30 at home. Photo by Kaylyn Whibbs/Eckville Echo

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