It just wasn't Cheney's night in Halstead Saturday night.
The Cardinals attempted 24 shots in the first half of their game with Andale. They connected on just three of them, none coming in the first quarter.
The Indians on the other side were hitting seemingly everything, netting 5 first half three pointers on just six attempts in taking a 30-9 lead to break after leading it 14-0 through one.
Tournament MOP Easton Hunter hit three of those deep balls for 9 of his game high 20 points to lead Andale. Hunter missed just two of his 10 shots, making him an easy choice to win Most Outstanding player for a third time in this tournamnet. Jack Nilles added 13 off the bench while Mason Fairchild hit for 12.
Andale's record improves to 10-1 with their 5th straight Rupp Tournament title.