(Anita) CAM head coach Brian Fogleman looks at Tuesday night's matchup with Glidden-Ralston as a significant contest for his team for several reasons. The team is looking to bounce back from a 64-47 loss to West Central Valley on Saturday. They also would like to get a win to improve their district tournament seeding, plus the schedule over the next three games features road tests against the top three teams in the Rolling Hills Conerence.
Coach Fogleman says his team matches up well with Glidden-Ralston but notes that the Cougars aren't quite as deep as the Wildcats. CAM fell to Glidden-Ralston by nine points at Glidden in the first matchup this season, but Coach Fogleman says his team has improved defensively since then.
Trevor McKee and Michael Holste have led the team in scoring so far this season. McKee averages 14.6 points per game. Holste chips in with 9.1.
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