CANTON, MS – The Glenbrook Lady Apaches had a nine-point lead entering the fourth quarter against Marshall Academy but couldn’t hold on to save their season, falling 48-44.
“We led the whole game,” Lady Apache head coach Rendi Dillard said. “It was a tough loss. Overall, I feel like it was a tremendous year for our girls and we’ll miss our seniors, Carsin and Catherine.”
The Lady Apaches, who had been struggling to score as of late, jumped out to a 24-20 halftime lead and held a 34-25 advantage at the third-quarter break. In the fourth quarter, Marshall got hot while Glenbrook cooled off. The game was tied with one minute to play, but Glenbrook couldn’t make the plays needed to save their season.
“Offensively, it was one of our better games of the year,” Dillard said. “I could not be more proud of them for the fight they put up. The girls coming back gained some very valuable experience.”
Carsin Spurlock led the Lady Apaches in her final game, scoring 16 points. Amelia Christy added 12 points and Olivia Dalton scored nine points.