FRAMINGHAM – Keefe Tech took on Parker on Friday night, but ultimately fell short by a final score of 75-51.
While not shown in the final score, Keefe Tech played very hard in the first half.
Starting the game off slow, they were able to rally and cut the lead down to 12 at the half. After coming out of the half, Keefe was able to continue their comeback, and only trailed by 5 in the third quarter, but a 4th quarter outburst by Parker was too much to finish the comeback.
While the outcome of the game was not what the Broncos hoped, there were still many bright spots for them.
Miguel Perez was the leading scorer for Keefe with 16 points. They were also great in the rebounding game, snagging several rebounds both on offense and defense.
Broncos Head Coach Ben Westerman is hoping to have a short memory, and try to turn things around for the next game. “Luckily we are still early in the season. We have lots of time to turn things around and get better”. He said. He also credited his team with their very consistent effort, noting that they “are very committed. They come to practice every day and work hard.”
With the loss, Keefe Technical’s boys basketball team is now 2-6.
Photos by Joseph Ratta