Cole Riley continued coming on strong with his play Friday for Morris Chokio Alberta. Cole scored a robust 19 points and complemented that stat with 17 rebounds as the Tigers worked to victory. Coach Mark Torgerson's orange and black squad downed the ACGC Falcons in WCC-South boys hoops.
Success came by a margin of five, 59-54, on the road. The Tigers came out of the week with a 13-6 overall won-lost mark and 8-4 W/L numbers in conference.
The Tigers had a decent night in long-range shooting, making four of 12 shots from three-point range. Dan Tiernan led that charge with two makes, while Eric Riley and Jacob Torgerson each had one.
In total field goals the Tigers put up 21 of 54 numbers. Their freethrow stats won a good grade too: 13 of 19.
M-CA owned a 32-27 lead halfway through.
Cole Riley, Eric Riley and Tiernan were the Tigers' double figures scorers. Cole with his team-best 19 points was followed by Eric with 14 and Tiernan with eleven. Mac Kampmeier put in eight points, Jacob Torgerson finished with three, and Riley Arndt and Sam Mattson each had two.
The Riley boys ruled the boards as Cole vacuumed for 17 and Eric for seven. Cody Cannon showed a deft passing touch to finish with five assists. Dan Tiernan had two steals.
Trever Heining led the Falcons in scoring with 24 points, and Mitchell Tauer put in 16.
-Brian Williams - morris mn Minnesota - email@example.com