Home lovely home, indeed.
TheAA South Express Tournament tipped off Thursday night at Glenbrook School using four games, highlighted through the host school taking on the particular Amite School Center Rebels in the last boys game of the evening.
Led by way of the incredible efforts of their elderly point guard, Da’maza Robinson, this Apaches had the look of a team determined to extend their season; this is just what they did, providing their visitors a 74-45 beatdown to succeed to Wednesday’s second round game against the No. 2 seed starting out of district 3AA, Clinton Christian.
The Apaches exited the gates applying fullcourt pressure, forcing Amite’s guards into trapping situations and coming up with rob after steal off errant passes.
On the offensive conclusion, from start to finish it was Robinson’s overnight.
The mop-topped senior exploded for Seventeen points in the first fifty percent by getting to the rim when necessary and finishing through speak to or drawing a potent. By the time the buzzer sounded for halftime, Glenbrook had a double-digit lead and Johnson had 17 points.
In the second 1 / 2, it was more of the same, as Glenbrook refused to backout of their preventative pressure.
In the second half Johnson began to find open teammates off penetration, dishing several dimes to person big man Joseph Kidd along with junior sniper JC Brown.
Kidd was specifically efficient on the night, finish with 10 points inside a rare double-digit scoring night to your rebounding specialist. Brown was restful in the first half, nevertheless made up for it by pulling down a pair of 3-pointers in the second half, his / her second of which turned your 15-point game into an 18-point match to crush the competing spirit of Amite.
Things almost got ugly in the final jiffy of the game as an Amite player, frustrated by the score as well as chatter from a motivated Glenbrook university student section, tried to enter for you to stands to confront Glenbrook college students. He made it all the way to your Apache bench before law enforcement together with Glenbrook Athletic director Gary Harris intervened. Any technical foul was applied to the Amite player; otherwise, together teams showed great sportsmanship through, and the Apaches and Rebels met for the prayer at midcourt following the game.
Robinson accomplished the game with 24 items and 12 assists to cause Glenbrook, followed by Brown with 16 points, Kidd with 10 issues and Cody Chase with Being unfaithful points.
Glenbrook and Clinton Christian will meet Wednesday at 6:25 p.m. back at Glenbrook School.
OTHER TOURNAMENT SCORES
Girls: Clinton Christian Fladskrm, Prairie View 40
Amite School Center 48, Franklin 19
Boys: Sylva Bay Academy 71, Franklin 23