January 7, 2014
Every team experiences their fair share of bad games. For Sierra head coach John Fusano and his Wolverines Tuesday night in Stockton, it was simply a no good, horrible, very bad game.
The Wolverines fell to the San Joaquin Delta Mustangs Tuesday night 71-49 in the Big 8 Conference opener for both teams. Sierra seemed out of it from the get-go, spotting the Mustangs a 21-point lead going into halftime. Things did not get any better for Sierra in the second half, as the Wolverines connected on only seven field goals.
“We played horrible; we couldn’t have been any worse tonight,” said Fusano after the game.
The Wolverines’ main concerns Tuesday night were on the offensive side of the ball. There was a six-minute scoring drought in the first half, only Matt Scott scored in double figures (he had 16), and Sierra (6-9, 0-1 Big 8) hit only one three-pointer in the game. The hot-shooting Mustangs (7-6, 1-0) canned 11 treys, including five from 2013 All-Big 8 forward Alex Simmons, who finished with a game-high 17 points.
— Keith Jouganatos, Twitter @Keith_PT
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