BRAWLEY – The Brawley Wildcat Boys Basketball team was back in action at home on Tuesday night after a month of road games as they took on the Kofa Kings of Yuma.
Teams exchanged baskets early but by the end of the second quarter, Kofa kept a step ahead in pace and Â at halftime walked off the court with a 14-21 lead.
In a low scoring game that was filled with turnovers by both teams, the Kofa Kings utilized a 13-4 third quarter run to put the game out of reach.
This handed the Wildcats their eight loss of the season with aÂ 32-47 final.
â€œThe problem tonight was not effort,â€ said Brawley head coach Jeffery Deyo after the game.Â â€œThe defensive effort was exceptional, its just we could not score, we missed free throws, stuff inside, we missed layups, and we have got to solve that problem.â€
Brawley now moves to 1-8 on the season and will look to get on the winning track when they host San Luis Friday night.