Glenbrook Athletic Director and males basketball head coach Rob Dalton went 2-for-2 Tuesday night in the home in his debut as short lived head coach of the Glenbrook Lovely lady Apaches.
Dalton is working in place of head coach Rendi Dillard, who will take a temporary hiatus to care for her balanced, newborn baby girl, Kennedy.
In his first game coaching the Lady Apaches, they ran roughshod over the Columbia Roscoe Academy Lady Crusaders, 52-15.
Glenbrook was suffocating on defense and shared the touches on wrongdoing, somewhat of a blueprint based on how the Lady Apaches will have to win games this season.
“I really liked your effort on the defensive finish,” Dalton said. “The girls will have a really good year if they go on to play the way they did tonight. I thought they did an excellent job sharing the particular ball on offense.
“It was initially weird for the girls being without coach Dillard calling the pictures, so I’m proud of all of them for coming together and actively playing team basketball.”
Kate Marvin led Glenbrook by using 12 points, followed by Olivia Dalton having 9 points, Kate Lillig with Ten points and Megan Sims utilizing 7 points.
In the young men contest, the Crusaders gave the actual Apaches all they could handle.
The two teams battled to the remaining buzzer with Glenbrook coming out on top. 49-46.
The Apaches lagged mightily in the first half to be able to secure rebounds and restriction their turnovers. Shots were not sliding around the rim, either.
At halftime, Glenbrook trailed 24-22.
“We might look like a team that hasn’t played in two weeks,” Dalton said. “Our preventative rotations were late therefore we looked lethargic, but we made some hafltime adjustments together with played really well in the lover.”
Joseph Windham led Glenbrook with 16 things, followed by Da’maza Robinson with Eight points and Cade Conterez with On the lookout for points.
Glenbrook takes on St. Aloysius while in the Tallulah Tournament today at 5 various:15 p.m., although Lady Apaches squaring off with the Saint. Aloysius girls at 4 delaware.m.