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Mittie finished the night
with 30 points scored, Powell
accumulated 16, and Loftin
and Martin both earned six
points apiece.
“We made the adjustment
at halftime that we weren’t
going to chase any more on
the full court, we weren’t
going to defend outside the
three – make sure we get back
side help,” Johnson said. “If
they were going to beat us,
it was going to be from the
perimeter, and I think that
was our strong point.”
Following a tournament
this weekend in Decatur, the
Ladycats will come back to
start district play on the road
against North Richland Hills-
Birdville Tuesday Dec. 14.
“There’s definitely a dif-
ferent kind of mindset going
into it,” Mittie said, “you have
to do well in district to keep
going.
“It’s like a win or lose type
deal and if you get behind,
even a game, then you feel
like it’s hard to get back up
into the winner’s circle.”
LADYCATS
from page seven
BASKETBALL
Bearcats get first home win against Cleburne
By Dominic Genetti
The Community News
The Aledo Bearcats boys basket-
ball team has not only ended their
losing streak, but has won a game
on their own home court.
After two wins in a Joshua
tournament and a 53-50 win over
Cleburne, the Bearcats have evened
their record at 3-3. The team has
three weeks left before they begin
district play and senior Danny Glass
says the winning momentum the
team has gained lately is pointing
toward positivity for the 2010-2011
season.
“We take every opponent as they
come at us, one game at a time, but
in the back of our minds we’re going
to keep this momentum going,” the
6’4” veteran said.
Cleburne’s only lead of the night
came in the first quarter when they
went up 6-4, but a layup, foul, and
free throw later via Glass, Aledo
pulled ahead with a 7-6 lead and
never looked back.
“Anytime a team plays sloppy
like they did, we’re bound to stoop
down a little bit to their level, but I
feel like later on we started doing a
better job of playing our own game,
running our plays and getting the
shots we can make,” Glass said.
“They’re always going to break us
down a little bit with their sloppi-
ness, but we can bring it back up
ourselves.”
With hard passes from point
guard freshman Taylor Johnson,
the quick speed of junior Pierce
Gentry and senior Aaron Forbes,
the Bearcats were able to establish
a 12-6 lead at the end of the first
quarter. That lead later grew to
seven-points, 22-15, at halftime.
Johnson finished the night with
eight total points scored. Gentry
and Forbes racked up nine points
apiece and Glass lead the team with
a total of 22 points scored.
“We’re probably progressing at
the right time,” head coach Steve
Smith said. “Danny and a lot of the
guys are starting to let the game
come to them instead of making
things happen.
“Everybody’s kind of buying into
their role and thats the key.”
Aledo kept their nine-point lead
at the end of the third quarter, this
time with a 33-24 lead. But in the
fourth quarter things started to get
a little worrisome for the Bearcats.
With less than 30 seconds left
to play in the game, Aledo’s lead
was 51-48. All Cleburne needed
was a three-pointer or a one-and-
one situation to tie the game, but
free throws from Johnson helped
the Bearcats pull through and gain
some insurance points.
“Early on, I felt like we needed
to run set plays to get shots and
we had a hard time deciphering
between, ‘Okay, the play’s not there
now what do I do‘--I’ve always told
the kids, if you don’t run the play,
then make a play.”
The Bearcats will play in the
Wills Point Shootout this week-
end before returning home to host
Joshua Tuesday, Dec. 14.
JAMES ALBRITTON/SALTFORKIMAGES.COM
Aledo senior Danny Glass (1) goes for a layup in the team’s contest against
Cleburne. Aledo won the game 53-50 and was the first victory of the season at
home. Glass finished the night with 22 points. B
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