If the Glenbrook Apaches keep playing protection the way they have through some district games, they could have fun with deep into the postseason.
Tuesday night, taking part in in front of their home fans initially almost two weeks, the Apaches bought after their longtime-district foe, the River Oaks Mustangs with suffocating safeguard. The Apaches opened up a 35-point halftime bring on crush the Mustangs’ spirit. The second half was nearly a new formality as Glenbrook emptied the particular bench in a 54-17 victory.
The Apaches are these days winners of five-straight contests while they reach the midway point of location play.
“I felt like all of us played our best defense of the season tonight,” Glenbrook head guru and Athletic Director Rob Dalton said. “We turned them over first and often and capitalized on the bothersome end.”
The Apaches were never in peril Tuesday, going into the lockerroom during halftime with a ridiculous 41-6 lead. In which allowed Dalton to rest some of the entrepreneurs and give valuable minutes to help Glenbrook’s role players.
“It’s good to put teams away early,In . Dalton said. “We were able to get the many guys in for some activity action.”
The increased minutes to the bench and rest first off could not come at a improved time, as Glenbrook prepares for a crucial two-game with Prairie View Academia and Union Christian Academia.
“We have a big one Friday nighttime at PVA,” Dalton said.
Joseph Windham completed 21 points to lead your Apaches; Cade Conterez played well, adding 13 points and Johnny Legislations Flournoy had 6 points.
Glenbrook vs. River Oaks
The Glenbrook Young lady Apaches rolled to victory from the River Oaks Lady Mustangs, 59-23.
“It would have been a good game for us including a good win,” Sweetheart Apaches head coach Rendi Dillard said. “We crucial that to get our feet back again under us after the tricky week we had last week. It is usually a good night when anyone scores.”
The Lady Apaches were guided by Kate Marvin who finished with 12 points and played superb defense. Megan Sims was in ambigu figures with 10 elements; Olivia Dalton was close with Being unfaithful points for
Minden vs. Fair Park
Playing their second-consecutive district roads game, the Minden Crimson Trend were embarrassed by the Fair Park your car Indians, falling 58-31.
Coach Rennie Bailey was understandably ticked-off with his team after the game.
“We went to a zone safeguard tonight for probably 31 of the 32 minutes,In Bailey said. “I thought that helped individuals, but on the other end, we weren’t able to score and turned any ball over way too much. Once we can’t put it in the opening and we’re turning the particular ball over, which minimizes our opportunities to get the ball in the basket, you’re not about to have much success against a group that is top 15 inside power ratings.”
There were certain positives for the Tide.
“I imagined our guys showed great composure,” Bailey said. “Their reactions as to what was going on on the floor were great, win or lose.”
Minden vs. Fair Store
The Minden Lady Tiders just preserve rolling.
Minden used a furious first-half move and some hot shooting the zoom past the Lady Indians on their own home floor, 75-35.
Minden led 49-22 in halftime after ending the first three months on a 18-7 run.
“I thought that we got out to a great start,Inch Lady Tiders head coach Jake Brown said. “Our girls experienced well really in all levels of the game. Once we made our lead, I noticed our girls slow the interest rate down and turn our the offense over. It was nice to view that discipline in our halfcourt criminal offense.
Minden outscored Fair Park 19-3 in the lastly quarter to put the game away from, as the Minden subs came in in order to complete off the Lady Tiders’ district triumph.
Minden is now on a 14-game winning skills as the continue their outstanding season. Brown credited Tayler Banking institutions with starting the hot firing night for Minden.
“She’s been playing some really good basketball lately,” Brown said. “As a group, we shot 58% from powering the arc tonight. Destini Powell also picture the ball extremely well at some point.”
Powell led the team with Nineteen points, while Derrica Gilbert extra 13 points. Strawberry Batton finished with 12 points, Bre Rodgers added Twelve and Kennedy Dent finished with Seven points.
Lakeside vs. Jonesboro-Hodge
The Lakeside Fighters went on the road and had taken a tough 55-44 loss.
“It was a quite close game in the primary half,” Lakeside head teacher Jason Gould said. “It was a defensive game. Jonesboro-Hodge is very very long and tall. They defend the rim really well, and the made it hard for us.”
In your fourth quarter, Lakeside lost their composure, as outlined by Gould.
“We had a meltdown,” Gould claimed. “Very disappointed in my players designed for folding a little bit and sacrificing their cool. It cost us the game. We have to mature to deal with these road games where by it’s tough to win.”
Tyreke Loftin encouraged Lakeside with 18 points, while Jalen Gould in addition to Damian Coleman were each held to eight points.