TALLULAH – Against a Class AAA adversary and on a neutral floors, the Glenbrook Lady Apaches kept their record unblemished for at least one more 48 hours.
The Lady Apaches trailed the E. Aloysius Lady Flyers 23-22 at halftime inside a game that was nip-and-tuck for three quarters.
Glenbrook was eventually capable of open up an 8-point lead from the fourth quarter and held on to win their to begin with round game in the Tallulah World-class, 47-43.
It was the second consecutive day in charge of the Lady Apaches for Shaun Dalton, who also coaches your Apache boys.
Dalton could not find more than enough superlatives for the Lady Apaches in his postgame feedback.
“I’m really proud of the way the females played tonight,” Dalton mentioned. “They never panicked and kept attempting to get good shots.
“I idea we controlled the boards while in the second half and did a nice job limiting to one chance.”
The Lady Flashes gave your lover Apaches trouble in the first half with a 3-2 zone, but Glenbrook sorted out the riddle to start the next half, moving the ball well and scoring on three-straight possessions. St. Aloysius switched to some 2-3 zone, but Glenbrook carved the idea apart as well and relished a comfortable lead most of the second half.
Freshman Alyssa Martin led the Lady Apaches with Of sixteen points, followed by Megan Sims using 10 points and Olivia Dalton added in 8 points.
In the young boys game, the Apaches also faced using St. Aloysius, but had less luck, falling 70-60 in round one of the boys side in the Tallulah Tournament.
The 70 points made it possible for are the most for Glenbrook in 2010 as an uncharacteristic night on the protecting end cost the Apaches.
“I got disappointed with our defensive hard work tonight,” Dalton said. “We decided not to execute our gameplan at all; can’t win games from good teams playing undisciplined hockey.”
Cade Conterez led the Apaches with Fourteen points in the loss, as well as Lemoris Jackson Jr. with 14 points. Joseph Windham and
Da’maza Robinson every single scored 8 points pertaining to Glenbrook.
“We took a step back tonite, but we will get back web marketing tomorrow and work hard regarding our help defense in addition to guarding the ball.”