The Minden Lady Tiders could have rolled a freshman team out and they also still might not have had considerably trouble.
The Lady Tiders dominated through start to finish against the Calvary Lady Cavaliers for a 73-23 win that sets head coach Jacob Brown’s crew in the semifinals of the Minden Holiday Timeless.
“I thought we shot a ball well in the to begin with half,” Brown explained. “We got into transition off certain turnovers and then I thought our halfcourt security was solid as well.”
The online game was never in doubt, as Minden brought about 26-4 after just one quarter. The Lady Tiders knocked down 8, 3-pointers over the night.
Bre Rodgers led the way regarding Minden with 14 points, then Demesha Rodgers with 12 points, Whitney Aubrey with 11 points, Shi Loftin with Ten and Derrica Gilbert with 5.
The Lady Tiders will face Haughton inside the tournament semifinals, Friday night during 6:40 p.michael.
“We’ll have to step our a higher level play up a level for this next one,” Brown said. “We need to fool around with a lot of energy and effort upon ends.”
Lakeside vs. Gibsland-Coleman
In a game that had four lead changes in the next quarter of play, Lakeside chop down to Gibsland-Coleman Thursday night, 66-64.
The Warriors and Bulldogs battled for 4 quarters at Minden’s home gym, The Palace, with Lakeside holding any 3-point lead with 22 seconds to play in the final district.
Jalen Gould went to the free-throw line to get Lakeside with his team holding the 63-61 lead. Gould knocked down the to begin with free throw, but had missed the second, leaving the door amenable for Gibsland-Coleman.
The Bulldogs kicked that entry down, completing an and-1 in order to tie the game. Then, out of a Lakeside turnover, the ‘Dogs had been fouled and knocked down two free throws to take a 66-64 lead with 10 seconds still left.
“We just needed 3 even more points in either half to win the game,” Warriors head coach Jason Gould reported. “It’s disappointing. We had a chance to succeed a good game and we made a few mistakes in the 4 . quarter.”
Jalen Gould drove to the bb on Lakeside’s final possession planning to tie the game, but Gibsland-Coleman was ready at the rim and also rejected the final shot within the game.
Jalen Gould led the Soldiers with 22 points, pursued by Damian Coleman with 14 and Follow Mitchell with 10 points.
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The Lady Tiders take on Haughton at Six:40 p.m. and also the Minden boys face Gibsland-Coleman at Seven p.m. in the nightcap. Either teams are looking for a spot during the championship game.