The Glenbrook Apaches enter the playoffs a confident collection.
The Apaches, coached by Glenbrook Athletic Director Jeff Dalton, will be the No. Only two seed out of district 6AA as soon as they take the floor Tuesday night against Wilkinson County Christian School.
Glenbrook finished the regular season simply by winning 12 of their remaining 13 games, coming up 5 points shy of a region championship.
WCCA, the third-seed out of an aggressive district 5AA, has a victory across the South’s No. 1 team, Trinity Episcopal, so that the Apaches best come prepared for a fight.
“They have the leading scorer in their region,” Dalton said. “They have a couple of guys with some size that could create matchup problems.”
Hutch Holden, your district’s leading scorer Dalton alluded to, is usually averaging 25 ppg for the Rams, and definitely will have to contend with Johnny Legislation Flournoy, Da’maza Robinson and JC Brown, 3 guards who know how to enjoy man defense. Glenbrook has an specific sport advantage in the post with Joseph Windham and a capable scorer during Cade Conterez, but the pair will need to refrain from foul trouble to lead Glenbrook prior an efficient WCCA squad.
The Lady Apaches will face Amite School Center .
Glenbrook will have to deal with a fast and feisty number of guards from Amite.
“They have a certainly quick backcourt,” Lady Apaches scalp coach Rendi Dillard said. “It will be important for individuals to try and keep the game from our pace. If we might slow them down, I’m sure we can get it done.”
For both organizations, a win secures a trip to the think tournament, while a loss implies the season is over.
The South Talk about Tournament begins Tuesday from Tallulah Academy and runs via Saturday, Feb. 18. The Lady Apaches take the court at 7:30 p.m. when using the boys to follow at 6:45.