MONROE – The Glenbrook Apaches took care of business Thursday night night, defeating the River Trees Mustangs and maintaining their lead around Union Christian with one particular game left on the 6AA-slate.
Glenbrook got 20 points from Cade Conterez while the other Apaches stifled the River Oaks offense inside of a 61-28 blowout that also kept a 10-game winning streak in tact.
“I feel like we got better at some point,” Dalton said. “Our offense has been efficient all night and we were definitely good on the defensive finish.”
The Apaches spent a considerable amount of time in Wednesday’s process going over their halfcourt offense but it showed. Glenbrook kept the ball moving and shared any touches, something of vital importance entering next Tuesday’s
district finale with UCA.
First the Apaches have to get through older night, tonight on their home floor against Louisiana University of Math and Science.
“I just anticipation we can send both our own boys and girls out with wins within their final home game,” Dalton said.
Da’maza Robinson added 10 points for the Apaches in the win and big man Joseph Windham captured yet another double-double with 11 elements and 19 rebounds.
In the women game, Glenbrook dismantled an outmatched Water Oaks Lady Mustangs team on his or her home floor, 59-9.
Olivia Dalton and Kate Marvin connected to lead the Lady Apaches with Eleven points each.
The Lady Apaches requires on Louisiana Match along with Science tonight for elderly night.