The Cats had improved over the first weeks of the season, going from shooting in the 190s to shooting in the low 180s, but the trend ended against the Raiders on Sept. 10.
“It was a little setback today,” coach Steve Galyon said. “Team scores have been coming down every time so you expect it to happen when young players are learning.
Alex Hadden led the Cats with a 42, while Dillon Allen had his best round of the year with a 44. Isaac Klempner shot 52 and Jakob Beckley rounded out the scoring with a 53.