Ravenswood (2-2) fell for the second consecutive game in heartbreaking fashion. The Red Devils dropped a 64-61 decision at home last Friday to Parkersburg Catholic.
"I'm just disappointed," said Ravenswood coach Mick Price. "In key moments, we didn't step up and make the plays we needed to make that we needed to. And for this team to be a good team, they need to learn to do that.
"[Charlton] Gandee just took over in the fourth quarter. They made key buckets and we didn't deserve to win."
Zack Martin led the way with 23 points for the Red Devils, while Ben Pannell added 13.
"I thought they tried," said Price. "Pannell's been a bit under the weather but he and Martin have to raise everybody's level. If they don't do that, it doesn't matter if those two combine for 40 points a game. We, as a whole team, need to get better."
Jeff Gandee remained optimistic about his team's future, considering the Huskies have played all five of their games at home so far this season.
"Anytime you step on the floor, you've got to play with confidence," said Gandee. "We're building it here at home, because we're going to hit the road at some point. Playing at home or away, you've got to play with confidence, and hopefully it will turn for us."
Reach Dave Miller at 304-348-1749 or davemill...@gmail.com.