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December 5, 2012

St. Joe's outlasts Kenmore West in opening night, 2-OT thriller

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Tonawanda News — "Louis can score points in bunches," he said. "He got hot at the end of the second quarter and allowed us to stretch it with three's at end of quarter. He wants to make plays and you need offense, and he wants to be the guy."

Meetze said he hopes his team can learn from its mistakes in the game, despite playing well for stretches — especially in the fourth quarter. The Blue Devils struggled on the boards and little things like that were the teams undoing, according to Meetze.

Price finished with 15 points and Shay Cuadra chipped in with 16. Junior Justin Hollins and senior Jordan Glover each had 12 points for the Marauders.

Contact sports editor Matt Parrino at 693-1000, ext. 4117.

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