Freshman Rangers dominate the Wyoming Wolves 84-62


Guard Timothee Larmande impressed this past Tuesday against the Wyoming Wolves with 18 points. The boys freshman basketball team beat the Wolves of Wyoming 84-62 last night in the last non-conference game for the Rangers for a stretch of games, and they hope for it to spring them into the second time around of conference play.

Throughout the game, the boys were able to get a lot of steals that were often converted into fast-break buckets. 

“Coach [Adam] Monroe and I stressed getting out and running when we were able to,” assistant coach Matt Ellis said. “We did a good job getting the ball up the floor quickly for easy looks.”

The Rangers started off strong, quickly building a 10 point lead on the Wolves in the first five minutes of the game. With a strong start, the boys never let off the gas, ending the first half with a lead of 52-30.

The freshman also played well when the game slowed down, executing their sets flawlessly. After struggling against Northview last week, the Rangers improved around to rim with boxing out and snatching up the rebounds. 

On Thursday, the boys start their second stretch of conference games tipping off against Greenville. The last meeting between these two teams ended in a blowout for the Rangers, and they are looking to follow up on the first game.

Ending out the non-conference schedule, the Rangers improve to 9-3 on the season and remain 5-1 in conference play.