Boys freshman basketball blows out Cedar Springs 69-22

Behind Timothee Larmande’s 15 points, the Freshman boys defeated the Red Hawks of Cedar Springs 69-22 on Tuesday. This win closes out a 2-0 record for the Rangers over Cedar Springs for the year. Coaches Adam Monroe and Matt Ellis were very proud of Timothee for shooting the ball so well.

“TT [Timothee] shot the ball really well for us yet again. He is finally starting to find a groove,” Head coach Adam Monroe said. 

Timothee has struggled recently behind the arc, and the Rangers hope that this game will give him a boost of confidence, and propel him into the remaining games. Tuesday night Timothee shot 40 percent from the 3-point line. 

“The last three games I’ve been gaining a lot of confidence in my shot,” Timothee said.

The Rangers defense proved to be very effective yet again. The boys made it extremely difficult on the Red Hawks to score and it showed on the scoreboard. 

“Defensively, to only allow 22 points is outstanding,” Monroe said.

On Thursday, the Freshman face-off against Lowell for the second time this year. Although it ended in a blowout the first time around, the Rangers are going to prepare for this game like any other. 

“It’s always tougher the second time around conference play because teams always improve,” Monroe said.