Slow start dooms Southeast

BRIDGEPORT, Neb. – The Southeast Cyclones managed to score only three points in the first quarter and eight in the first half of Saturday’s 53-25 road loss to Bridgeport, Neb.

The Cyclones shot only 21 percent (8-of-38) from the floor in the loss. However, Bridgeport didn’t shoot much better at 34 percent.

But it was the host team who pulled away in the second quarter for the 18-point win.

Despite only three points in the opening eight minutes of action, the Cyclones only found themselves down six.

Things quickly changed over the next two quarter as Southeast was limited to seven points, while Bridgeport added 27.

The Cyclones scored 15 of their 25 points in the fourth quarter.

Sophomore Hayden Anderson led the team with 13 points. Junior Patrick Swank added three. No one else had more than two.

Southeast (0-4) will host Bayard on Thursday, Dec. 20. Tipoff is scheduled for 6:30 p.m.


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