For the game, the Vikings went 12 of 44 (27.3%) from behind the arc. They got off to a miserable start, missing their first seven three-point attempts, and fell behind Esperanza, 17-0.
Troy Lewis, who hit the first five three-point shots for Marina to jump-start the Vikings, hit one from well beyond the arc to bring Marina into a 21-21 tie. A short jumper from inside the key by Jimmy Irvin gave the Vikings their first lead of the ball game, 25-22, with 3:38 left in the half.
Marina finished seven for 22 behind the arc in the first half. In contrast, Esperanza really didn't attempt a three-point shot, although a heave that missed from just inside of half-court at the halftime buzzer officially counted as an attempt.