Bearcubs Come Up Short Against Nashua
After playing a solid first half, Frazer’s boys lost by a 63-51 final against Nashua during home basketball action on Thursday, Dec. 14.
The Bearcubs earned a 31-23 lead in the first half as Ty Fourstar accounted for 15 points during the opening 16 minutes of action.
Ahead by only a 25-23 score with under two minutes left in the half, Frazer ended the half on a high note when three-pointers by Gabe Beston and Fourstar increased the margin to 31-23.
Nashua’s Grady Nielsen opened the third quarter with a three-point play, but Fourstar responded with a three-point shot for a 34-26 advantage.
The Porcupines used the inside game of Caden Laumeyer and Nielsen to move into the lead. Baskets by Noah Leckie and Evrhet Pugh put Nashua ahead by a 43-38 margin.
Frazer’s Joseph Beston scored inside off a pass from Fourstar to pull the Bearcus to 43-40 at the end of the third quarter.
Nashua opened the fourth quarter on two baskets by Laumeyer and a drive by Jackson Abern, but a three-pointer by G. Beston kept the Bearcubs close at 49-43.
Nashua gained control by scoring the next eight points for a 57-43 margin. The Bearcubs’ Fourstar and J. Beston scored down the stretch, but Frazer fell by the 12-point margin.
Frazer’s top scorers were Fourstar with 23, J. Beston with 15 and G. Beston with 11 points.