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Boys Basketball: Cedar Grove Drops Two in a Row

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CEDAR GROVE, NJ - Cedar Grove lost its last two games at home, falling to Bergen Tech 43-34 on Monday and Christ the King 57-35 on Tuesday.  

Chris Wynne delivered 13 points and eight rebounds for the Panthers against Bergen Tech.  Cedar Grove fought hard in the first half and entered the second half down by a basket.  Bergen Tech came out strong in the second half, outscore the Panthers 24-17 to get the win.

Alex Michalski tallied 12 points against Christ the King and Wynne added 10, but it was not enough to claim victory.  The Panthers kept it close in the first period, ending at 13-11, but they fell behind in the second and entered the second half down by 11 points.  Cedar Grove came out strong in the third and outscored Christ the King 13-11, but their opponents sealed the deal in the fourth with a 20- scoring run.

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The losses put Cedar Grove at 8-8 for the season.  They travel to Glen Ridge on Saturday at 4 p.m. 

All photos by Joe Amati

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