The conditions worsened as the evening progressed, causing the Bulldogs to lose focus in the tight ball game.
“I think it got them to where they weren’t as focused as the first half,” boys’ assistant coach Bobby Jaworski said. “I would say that that hurt us a little bit, but they should have been able to tune that out. I know we can play better.”
Thomas Resha and Charlie Staton both were able to find the net for 2 points early in the contest, with Staton earning an assist as well.
Bulldogs’ goalie had 10 stops on the night to hold Monticello to 4 scores.
“It was disappointing,” Jaworski said. “We played a really good first half, but just fell apart in the second half. We had it, but it just kind of fell apart for us.”
GMC Prep will travel across town to take on Baldwin High next on Friday, March 7 with the girls’ action beginning at 5:30 p.m. and the boys’ contest immediately following at 7:30 p.m.