Shots were not falling for Avon either as they shot 24 percent on the evening and 5 of 22 in the second half.
“Unfortunately for us the last couple games, I felt like we’ve gotten shots and we haven’t shot it well. My thing is with our kids we’ve got to get ourselves chances to score.”
The contest was also the first of two Coaches vs. Cancer games for the Orioles this week. The second takes place Friday when the boys take on Hamilton Southeastern at Avon.
The team sported homemade pink t-shirts to warm up in for the night.
“It’s a good time to raise awareness,” Cupp said. “It’s nice that kids can at least be aware this is an issue. We used it as a team bonding thing. They made all those shirts last night and we gave them pink shoelaces. It’s nice that we can at least take some time to let the kids understand there’s a bigger picture out there than high school basketball.”