Cedar Key boys played one of their best quarters of the season in a 71-36 loss to Seven Rivers Friday.
"We got beaten up, but at least you knew we were there," said head coach Aaron Haldeman.
For much of the game, Seven Rivers played the dominant game for which they are well known, outscoring the Sharks by an average of 10 points a quarter. Starting in the second quarter, however, Cedar Key held them to 12-5 on the period, getting ready for a third quarter explosion that saw Cedar Key nearly match their host, scoring 17 points to Seven Rivers' 21 in those eight minutes.
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