AVON — The Caledonia-Mumford Red Raiders held off a furious second half comeback attempt by the Avon Braves, winning a Section V matchup Wednesday night, 58-54.
Despite Zach Mouw’s 19 points, the Braves were unable to pick apart the Red Raiders’ trap defense and solid post game, led by Steve Gaffney and Kyle Kline, who contributed 11 points apiece.
“We competed a lot better tonight and took care of the ball pretty well against a team that forces about 25 turnovers a game, so I was happy with that effort. “ Braves head coach Rob Fries said.
Avon (2-3) hosts Livonia Friday evening, while the Raiders (4-0) take on Bath-Haverling in Caledonia.