Austin Madden makes a heads up play by calling timeout after Ross Seitter dove for a loose ball, giving New Haven the final possession and a chance to force overtime.
Hermann, Mo. – New Haven dropped their second straight and fifth loss in the last six games. Instead of falling to 9-9 after Saturday’s two-point loss to Montgomery County, New Haven could possibly be 12-6 if they could find away to win those close games.
Despite three Shamrocks hitting double figures and Austin Madden’s game high 14 points, all caming in the first half, followed by Seth Schenck and Kyle Ruediger’s 12 points, Montgomery County slipped away with a 46-44 win in Saturday’s third place game.