The Glenbrook Apaches and Lady Apaches were back in action at home Tuesday against East Texas Christian Academy.

Boys

The Glenbrook boys defeated ETCA, 54-22 behind another big game from Cade Conterez who finished with 17 points for the second consecutive night.

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“We executed well in all areas of the game,” Glenbrook head coach Jeff Dalton said. “It as good to see the guys playing loose and having fun out there. I’m glad we could get everyone some court time tonight since they all work equally hard in practice.”

Conterez led all scorers with 17 points, followed by sophomore De’Maza Robinson who had 10 points for the Apaches and Connor Chase with nine points.

Girls

The Glenbrook Lady Apaches got a big game from their senior leader, Carsin Spurlock, to propel them past the ETCA girls, 62-27.

“It all clicked tonight for the girls,” Lady Apache head coach Rendi Dillard said. “Offensively and defensively, we looked much better tonight. On the nights when everyone contributes, we have our better games and that was the case tonight.”

Spurlock finished with 13 points to lead the Lady Apaches, followed by Kate Marvin had 10 points and Olivia Dalton finished with eight points.

“We have been working very hard,” Dillard said. “We’ll keep doing so and be ready for our district games, but I’m proud of the effort so far.”

The Apaches and Lady Apaches will take on Central School in their next game, Thursday, Dec. 3 at home.