The Minden Lady Tiders and head private coach Jacob Brown feel like some people let one slip away Thursday night at The Palace.
Any Woodlawn Lady Knights knocked lower six 3-pointers and owned your offensive glass during huge stretches of the contest. Also, the Lady Tiders had a 6-point lead overdue in the game, but Woodlawn closed the final four minutes using a 18-7 run to claim a 69-64 win.
“Even after being down two times digits tonight, our women showed determination and effort another,” Brown said. “It claims a lot about our team.”
The Female Tiders started the fourth quarter on a 10-2 run to take a 56-51 lead by using 4:15 in the game. The girl Knights answered right away by using a 7-0 run to retake the lead, but Minden resolved right back with a Bre Rodgers layup to go up 59-58.
Minden forgotten a pair of free throws in their next possession and Woodlawn came down the court and drilled a 3-pointer to rise 61-59. Rodgers once again got into the street to tie the ball game at 61, but in the final minute and change Woodlawn forced a pair of Tide turnovers that led to a couple Knights layups as the visitors got a 65-61 lead under the one-minute symbol.
Needing a bucket, Rodgers drove the particular baseline looking to score one more time, but the shot fell from the rim and Woodlawn secured any rebound to essentially end the action.
Strawberry Batton led Minden with 21 issues on the night, followed by Destini Powell along with 15 and Whitney Aubrey with 17.
Minden vs. Woodlawn
The Minden Crimson Tide droped 79-54 against the Woodlawn Knights in the children game Tuesday night within the Palace.
“I thought our males competed hard for about 27 minutes of the game,Half inch Minden head coach Rennie Bailey said. “It was initially 44-40 at that point, but from that point on we all hit a wall.”
Turnovers started to doom the Tide together with led to transition buckets to the Knights. Woodlawn came into the night from the top 10 of the Class 4A energy rankings, a stark difference from the rebuilding effort in progress at Minden.
“We just got to keep plugging and stay on the positives along with know that it’s going to happen for many people,” Bailey said. “We just have to preserve working.”
Jalone Branch scored Sixteen points to lead the Wave, followed by Jordan Becnel with 17 and Jalen Teal with 10.
Lakeside vs .. Lakeview
SIBLEY – The Lakeside Warriors were in great shape at halftime of Tuesday’s clash together with Lakeview, but the Gators outplayed the Warriors inside the second half for a 63-51 victory.
“It was obviously a pretty good battle, especially in the very first half,” Lakeside head mentor Jason Gould said.
Lakeside fell powering 9-2 early but came back to have after one quarter, 11-9.
The Warriors trailed simply by two at the half along with thought they might have a chance for you to knock on the Gators, but Lakeview earned the second half decisively to take the secure.
Chase Mitchell scored 17 to lead the actual Warriors, followed by Jalen Gould with 13 and Damian Coleman with 10.
Glenbrook or. Claiborne Academy
The Glenbrook Apaches dismantled the Claiborne Academia Rebels for the second time this coming year.
The Apaches locked down defensively against the Rebels plus rode a big first-quarter scoring output that will victory in a 64-32 win of which keeps their unbeaten district record in tact.
“It was a brilliant effort on the defensive conclude,” Glenbrook head coach Mark Dalton said. “We struggled offensively in the second and third quarter, however credit our guys for enjoying defense the way they did to receive us through that stretch.”
Glenbrook obtained 25 points in the to begin with quarter, just seven bashful of the Rebels total for the recreation.
Cade Conterez led the Apaches with 20 points, followed by Joseph Windham along with 14, Da’maza Robinson with 12 and Mason Hood together with 8.
Despite the win, Dalton explained his team will need to improve their offensive output if they have hopes of making a run to the state run tournament.
“We must get better in the halfcourt,” he said. “If we don’t and keep playing sloppy there won’t be a postseason run.”
Glenbrook vs. Claiborne
The Lady Apaches could hardly hang with the Lady Rebels from the girls’ contest, falling that will Claiborne for the third time there is much surprise 45-21.
“We played hard, but it only wasn’t enough,” Glenbrook head coach Rendi Dillard said. “We are having problems scoring, and when you can’t standing it’s hard to win soccer ball games.”
Senior Megan Sims led over Apaches with 6 points. All of those other Lady Apaches only combined pertaining to 15.