Lady Tiders extend winning skills; Warriors drop heartbreaker


Make it 15 straight is the winner for the Minden Lady Tiders.

Minden survived a 53-50 struggle with the Bossier Lady Bearkats Friday within the Palace to keep their unblemished center record in tact in addition to extend the longest winning-streak of brain coach Jacob Brown’s tenure to 15 games.

Minden had four avid gamers in double figures offensively, however early shooting woes would look like a bad omen for the Lady Tiders.

“It looked like nothing would fall for all of us early on,” Brown claimed. “And it seemed to continue doing this throughout the game. When shots aren’t falling, you have to find different ways to win and tonite we did that.”

Minden’s security helped them to a 14-9 direct during a first quarter comparable to a track meet. The woman Tiders started the second quarter for a 6-2 run, extending their bring on 20-11.

Bossier would respond immediately by using a 12-0 run of their own that placed the Lady Bearkats in front 23-20 late inside the second quarter. Brown called a timeout to set-up a play regarding Derrica Gilbert, who finished by using a foul at the rim generating good on the and-1 opportunity to tie up the game at 23-23 as the only two teams went to the locker place for halftime.

Minden trailed 35-32 to start the fourth quarter, but Bre Rodgers tied the game by using a 3-pointer on the Lady Tiders’ first possession of the quarter. That triggered a back-and-fourth of buckets. With just over two minutes to play, Minden brought 49-45 when Bossier went on a 5-0 be take the lead at 50-49.

Destini Powell converted some sort of layup to put Minden back in front 51-50. Back-to-back halts and back-to-back 1 of 2 trips for the free throw line place the Lady Tiders in front 53-50 with 19th seconds to play. On Bossier’s most essential possession of the game, Minden’s fullcourt man immunity, as it does so often, made a turnover to seal the overall game.

Minden missed two free kicks with a 3-point lead, but with Several seconds on the clock Bossier appeared to be unable to get off a last-gasp picture.

“I’m proud of how the girls destroyed it out,” Brown reported. “This was a tough win versus a good basketball team. Many of us faced some adversity right now, but the girls stayed this course and were ready for the moment; Now i’m really pleased.”

Minden vs. Bossier

The Minden Violet Tide could not keep the sharp-shooting Bossier Bearkats in balance in the boys game Wednesday night, falling 61-39.

“We were just simply outmatched,” First-year Tide head mentor Rennie Bailey said. “On top of that they were flattening shots; it had to be employment night for them.”

Bossier nailed 16 3-pointers prior to was said and performed.

Jalone Branch had 8 elements for Minden, followed by Jordan Becnel, Kelcey Callier and Zi Crawford with 7 details each.

“The guys played difficult and competed the best they will,” Bailey said. “We were outmatched right now, but I’m proud of my very own guys.”

Lakeside vs. Red Pond

SIBLEY – The Lakeside Warriors dropped a new heartbreaker to the Red River Bulldogs Wednesday night at Lakeside, 69-67.

Red River jumped on Lakeside 22-12 in the opening fraction before settling down and playing the Bulldogs to a 19-18 second quarter to trail 41-30 in the break.

“I actually wasn’t feeling too bad at halftime,” Lakeside travel coach Jason Gould said. “After the 1st quarter I felt horrid, but we kind of been feeling relaxed and slowed the game to your pace and stuck with these people.”

Red River would shake absolutely free once again though.

Lakeside fell in to foul trouble and had to relax and play some reserves in important minutes, which allowed a Bulldogs to go on a monstrous run in which saw them leading 60-35.

Lakeside turned down to quit and battled here we are at take an improbably lead together with less than two minutes to relax and play in the game.

In the final seconds from the contest, Lakeside was whistled for a doubtful foul in a tie ball-game, 67-67. Reddish River would knock down together free throws and Lakeside’s last shot was off the level with 1 second to the clock as the Bulldogs escaped while using the win.

Chase Mitchell led the Fighters with 18 points. Jalen Gould, Tyreke Loftin, Tyler Sterling and Michael Bradford all finished with 10 points in a balanced-scoring effort by Lakeside.
Next up for Lakeside is a Friday home game against South Caddo.

Glenbrook vs. Prairie View Academy

BASTROP – The actual Glenbrook Apaches extended their winning skills to six games and spent the nights perfect in district fool around with a 62-40 victory over the Prairie Check out Academy Spartans Friday night.
The Apaches were sluggish in the starting half, going to the lockerroom tied 22-22.

“PVA provided us their best shot so we withstood it,” Glenbrook brain coach Jeff Dalton said. “The primary half, we could not get into a rhythm offensively, but we simply kept digging in defensively until finally we finally got on the good run.”

Da’maza Robinson is playing inspired basketball in recent times for Glenbrook. He scored some sort of game-high 20 points, followed by Cade Conterez using 16 points and Frederick Windham with 8 points; Ashton Law Flournoy added 6 elements.

The Apaches’ next game will be The following friday against district front-runner Union Religious Academy.

Lakeside vs. Red River

The Lakeside Lady Warriors fell to the Reddish River Lady Bulldogs 69-51.

Jhasmine Lewis led Lakeside having 17 points, but the Lovely lady Bulldogs controlled the rest of Lakeside’s lineup for you to earn the win.

Lakeside will be back action Tuesday at home versus North Caddo.

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