|Cal Miramar 0-11||32||37||69|
|Life Pacific 6-6||30||54||84|
|Jan. 5, 2017|
|Cal Miramar||Indv. Leaders||Life Pacific|
|#05 Devin McDonough - 18||Points||#30 Ramez Michail - 26|
|2 Players (#00,#15) - 5||Rebounds||#13 Trent Rowser - 10|
|5 Players - 1||Assists||#02 Mark Eden - 6|
|Cal Miramar||Team Statistics||Life Pacific|
|47.2% (25 - 53)||Field Goals %||53.1% (26 - 49)|
|41.2% (7 - 17)||3 Point Field Goals %||33.3% (7 - 21)|
|54.5% (12 - 22)||Free Throws||83.3% (25 - 30)|
|9||2nd Chance Pts||8|
San Dimas, CA - LIFE Pacific goes all the way tonight with their first league game. LPC took the victory over Miramar Fighting Falcons with 84-69 as the final score.
After a shaky start by the Warriors they were able to come back to produce great competition with the Fighting Falcons. Ten minutes into the game and LPC only trailed by 3, two minutes later they were up by 1. It became a toss up for the best team as the difference in points did not pass 7. In attempt to tie the game at the half Trent Rowser (JR/Pomona, CA) dunked causing a spectacular uproar in the crowd. The Fighting Falcons inched ahead with 5 seconds left to pull a layup. (30-32)
The second half opened with three ties in the first 3 minutes inspire of the Warriors full effort to add 9 points. Trent Rowser decided to break the tie with another great dunk of the game. With a lead of only 2 points and 16 minutes left in the game it could be anyone taking the victory. This, however, was not the case because the Warriors never gave up their lead taking the difference up to 18 points. When the buzzer sounded LIFE Pacific led by 15 and had won the first league game of the season.
Four separate Warriors scored into the double digits as Ramez Michail (JR/Anaheim, CA) led with 26. He shot an astounding 8-9 (88%) of 2's, 2-2 (100%) of 3's, and 8-8 (100%) of his free throws. Ramez sunk 94% of all his throws tonight. Mark Eden (JR/Chino, CA) followed Ramez with 13 points 4-8 (50%) of 2's, 1-1 (100%) of 3's, and 5-6 (83%) of his are throws. Both James Noble (JR/Los Alamitos, CA) and Edgardo Campos (JR/Covina, CA) earned 13 points
"I thought Mira mar played very hard and they started the game fantastic. We weathered the storm and made some key adjustments at halftime so they could come out more aggressive. Give [Miramar] credit they fight and scrap for everything. We are very fortunate to have won that game. 7-6, 1-0 We are happy and grateful for the win. We need to hold down home court" - Head Coach Tim Cook
The Warriors will play their second league game at home at 7pm versus New Hope Christian College on January 13th.