The Lakeside Enthusiast went down by double numbers for the second time in Twenty four hours, but this time they couldn’big t complete a comeback bid.
On launching night of the 24th once a year Don Stahl Memorial Tournament, your host Warriors came up just simply short against tournament novices West Ouachita, falling to the Chiefs 71-68 from a game that came down towards the final moments. “Once again, the guys displayed a ton of heart and soul,”
Lakeside head coach Marlon McDaniel said. “They certainly not gave up, but we emerged short in this one; nevertheless i believe we, players together with coaches, needed this wisdom.”
Lakeside was down by 10 points in the second half next to as West Ouachita unleashed some sort of lethal trio of security guards, knocking down a number of 3-point baskets and ultizing full-court pressure to disrupt the actual Warrior offense.
The Warriors committed too many turnovers and the team’s top rated scorer Damion Coleman fouled out midway through the 4 . quarters. Lakeside is good enough to overcome a kind of scenarios, but not both.
A Tyreke Lofton putback made the score 56-43 entering your fourth quarter and gave Lakeside many momentum.
The Warriors, much like they did the night before versus Doyline, turned the final period to a track meet in change, allowing Coleman, Lofton and Buffate Coleman some uncomplicated opportunities near the rim.
“There are a few things that we can do more and a lesser amount of and those changes are approaching,” McDaniel said.
“This is a operation. We just have to continue to have confidence in it and trust the other.”
The Warriors trimmed the Chiefs’ bring about 64-60 on an NBA range 3-pointer off of the fingers of Aldravion Taylor and risen within one point at 66-65 any time big man Branthony Brown used up a 3-pointer of his own with the right wing.
West Ouachita would silent the crowd with a bucket on the other end, followed by a Lakeside turnover ultimately causing free throws on the other end to set the game out of reach.
Damion Coleman led Lakeside inside scoring with 14 points, followed by Tyreke Lofton in double stats with 11 points.
The A warrior move to the loser’s class, where they will face any Ringgold Redskins, who lost to Lakeview, Fri at 6:30 g.m.
Minden Lady Tiders vs. Lakeview Lady Gators In the nightcap of night just one action, head coach Edward Brown and the Lady Tiders centered the Lakeview Lady Warriors 73-35, relocating their record to 2-0 around the season.
The Lady Tiders were ready to roll from the opening suggestion, deploying their full-court press together with forcing countless Lady Gator turnovers.
Junior place guard Bre Rodgers was outstanding, presenting the smooth handles and smooth jump shot that Minden fans have grown accustomed to. Minden led 29-13 once one quarter and 50-19 by halftime in the game that was never in doubt.
“We were able to apply some full-court strain and force a lot of turnovers,” Brown said. “Our girls does a good job of undertaking the gameplan and building things hard on Lakeview.
“I liked the actual intensity that we played with. Oahu is the type of intensity we want to fiddle with night in and meeting regardless of the opponent.”
Rodgers led the woman Tiders with a game-high 20 points, and then Whitney Aubrey who came off the counter to score 12 points.
Sha’Terra “Strawberry” Batton carried out with 9 points, Jazzmyn White added 7 points, Derrica Gilbert tacked on 6 points and also Tayler Banks finished with 5 items.
Minden will resume action Saturday at 5 p.t. against the Haughton Lady Buccaneers in the minute round of tournament engage in.