The Glenbrook Apaches withstood a furious fourth-quarter contrary to the Union Christian Academy Elephants and Glenbrook head football trainer Caleb Carmikle survived an encounter by using a furious UCA fan postgame.
The disgruntled customers from Farmerville felt they had a further point than the scoreboard showed, but no matter how many ill-tempered adults designed their way to the scorers meal table to take verbal jabs with Carmikle, nothing could change the incontrovertible fact that the Apaches played their best game of the growing season to win 64-59 and seize control of district 6AA.
“We’ve been working hard to put ourselves in a position to be able to compete in a game of this particular magnitude,” Glenbrook head trainer Jeff Dalton said. “This was a hard-fought online game between two good competitors.”
“I think our composure down the extend was the deciding element.”
The Lions came into Tuesday’s game from 5-0 in district play together with showed why several times during sleep, answering every run Glenbrook made in a basketball game that experienced more like a heavyweight round.
Glenbrook jumped out to an early 10-2 lead in front of a large and loud contingent of Apache fans. UCA will respond with a 10-2 run of their very own to tie the game for 12-12 only two minutes later.
Da’maza Robinson put the Apaches back on top 14-12 which has a nice drive to the bag; Cade Conterez then sank a 3-pointer and hit a hanging 14-footer on back-to-back travels to extend Glenbrook’s lead to 19-12.
Once again, UCA resolved in and fought back, this time taking a 28-23 lead within the 4:33 mark in the second quarter.
Glenbrook came back having a 14-5 run to close first 50 percent and take a 37-33 lead into your break.
Glenbrook scored just In search of points in a sloppy thirdly quarter that sent each teams into the fourth fraction tied at 46.
A modern assist from Robinson to help Conterez put Glenbrook in front 52-51 during early fourth-quarter action. Then, Apache center Frederick Windham put his stamp for the game with a dominant reach at the 3-minute mark of the final quarter.
The 6-foot-5 senior started with the rebound and putback to extend your Apaches’ lead to 55-51. On the next holiday, Windham came up with a powerful block plus ran the court to finish around transition and put Glenbrook in front 57-51.
Conterez hooked up on back-to-back 3-pointers in the final only two minutes to finish off the Tigers, who added a few the later part of buckets to make the final scores more respectable.
Glenbrook is performing like a different team the second half of the season with sophomore protect JC Brown in the starting collection, alongside Robinson and Ashton Law Flournoy. The selfless group of 3 have been locking down defensively and doing a good job developing for Windham and Conterez.
As for the towering senior duo, they keep lead the way in points while providing the Apaches with specifications near the rim. Fellow older Mason Hood has been a secure hand off the bench; Dalton trusts him with pivotal stretches involving game time. The same goes for another senior, Dakota McGarity, who has are available and battled for boards and set hard screens, a very important job with undersized pads out top.
Robinson, a growing junior, has taken on a management role for the Apaches. He turned out to be the calming voice intended for teammates during some of the tense minutes in Tuesday’s clash.
“We knew that was going to be a hard game,Inches Robinson said. “Everybody came by means of tonight and did their job. I made some great passes, Cade came through with the 3’s along with Joseph had the big blocks and also rebounds to close it out.”
“Coach said to us they were going to start to get frustrated. We knew if you kept our composure we would come out on top.”
Robinson finished with 16 factors and 10 assists, good for a double-double. Conterez led the Apaches with 20 points, including five 3-pointers; Windham had a double-double with 13 elements and 15 boards. Sophomore Arthur Law Flournoy played almost mistake-free baseball for Glenbrook at the point protect spot, finishing with Nine points and 7 assists.
Glenbrook versus. UCA
In the girls game, the Glenbrook Lovely lady Apaches picked up their second-consecutive district gain by demolishing the UCA Woman Lions 72-28.
The Lady Apaches were the leader from the opening tip.
Head coach Rendi Dillard went to a fullcourt defense in early stages sensing some shaky ball-handling from the Lady Lions. The proceed paid off as UCA turned your ball over for most within the first half. Senior Olivia Dalton ignited from the field, finishing having 19 points to lead your ex Apaches. She got plenty of aid from freshman Alyssa Martin. Martin added 18 things, a career-high on the varsity degree. Kate Marvin added 9 points designed for Glenbrook and played lockdown defense throughout the night.
“We were able to use our rate tonight and jump on them early,” Dillard mentioned. “We talked about playing under control so we were able to do a great job of this.”
Next up for the Apaches and Girl Apaches are a pair of Thursday residence games against the Tallulah Trojans plus Lady Trojans.
Minden vs. Upper DeSoto
STONEWALL C The Crimson Tide snapped their four-game losing skid by taking good care of the North DeSoto Griffins Tuesday night, 58-46.
“It was really a good win,” Minden head coach Rennie Bailey said. “We shot the ball well. When we help make baskets, it makes all the difference on earth.”
Minden was led by Jalone Branch with 17 points; Jordan Becnel increased 15 points and Kelcey Miller scored 11 points.
Minden vs. North DeSoto
STONEWALL C The Minden Lady Tiders manipulated the North DeSoto Lady Griffins from the beginning tip 74-25 en route to consecutive earn No. 16.
The Lady Tiders led 39-16 with halftime after running the Lady Griffins ragged in an up-and-down first half.
“I idea our girls did an excellent job of executing at the fullcourt and halfcourt game,Inches Brown said. “I thought many of us shot well; we strike seven 3-pointers and they were beneficial shots. I’m really happy about how we played tonight.”
Destini Powell led Minden with 18 points, accompanied by Strawberry Batton with 13, Whitney Aubrey finished 11 and Sha Whiting added On the lookout for points.
The Lady Tiders will take their 16-game win streak and unbeaten section record on the line against an experienced Huntington Lady Raiders team Friday while travelling.
Lakeside vs. North Caddo
SIBLEY C Lakeside battled tough, but could not come out above against the North Caddo Indians, 75-64.
“It was a good game four three and a half quarters,” Lakeside head coach Jerrika Gould said. “We go into halftime losing by just three, then the third district was close, but they donned us down and we started out fouling in the fourth quarter. On their credit, they made their zero cost throws to make the outcome even worse than it was.”
Lakeside was encouraged by senior Jalen Gould who presented a big effort to finish along with 19 points. Chase Mitchell acquired 14 points and Damian Coleman decided to go for 16 points on the balanced-scoring night for the Warriors.
Lakeside compared to. North Caddo
SIBLEY C The Lakeside Lady Warriors fell 77-39 at home against the Lovely lady Griffins.
Lakeside was led by Jazzmyn White-colored with 10 points. Jhasmine Lewis put in 9 points and Allison Loftin completed 8 points.
Lakeside goes to Calvary Saturday for their next contests.