The Alliance comes up short | The Journal of Quebec

Nothing is going well for the Montreal Alliance, which lost for the fourth time in a row, Monday at the Verdun Auditorium, he who lost the flag 64 to 60 against the Edmonton Stingers.

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The crowd favorites only had the lead for about fifteen seconds during this duel, in the third quarter. The visitors overwhelmingly dominated and led 54-49 when the ‘Elam Ending’ was triggered.

However, the Alliance was unable to recover from its delay and reach a score of 63 before its opponent.

Demarco Dickerson was the Stingers’ most productive player, with 13 points, while Marlon Johnson added 12. On the Alliance side, Ashley Hamilton did the best he could, but his 13 points, paired at 12 from Nathan Cayo, were not enough.

The free throws will have cost the Alliance victory. The home side only managed 12 of their 20 attempts from the line, for a low percentage of 60%.

The Alliance will leave their home for their next three games. He will make a first stop at the Langley Events Center on Friday to face the Fraser Valley Bandits.



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