Posted: Feb 03, 2018
February 3, 2018
Gainesville, FL – The College of Central Florida were clicking on all cylinders Saturday afternoon in Ocala as they defeated the Santa Fe Saints in a crucial Mid-Florida Conference game, 66-51.
The Saints (14-11, 4-2 MFC) struggled to get anything going offensively, and an 18 point halftime deficit was made worse by a six point third quarter, putting SF in too deep a hole to dig themselves out of. A strong 21 point fourth quarter just wasn't enough to get all the way back in the game.
The SF defense did a good job holding the Patriots to just 34% shooting from the field, but the Saints struggled from behind the arc, making just 1-of-15 three pointers.
Santa Fe will have a few days off from games to regroup, and will take the floor again on Saturday, February 10 at home against Florida State College-Jacksonville at 2:00 p.m.
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