Saturday, January 30, 2016

Cy Fair rolls on big night for head coach

So many times people glance at close scores and come away thinking that it was a good game however Cy Fair's 13 point victory over Langham Creek , 69-56 doesn't appear to be close but at times it certainly was, well until Kyler Wyatt and Angela Harris did some magical things to open it up late in the second half. I guess the back to back one woman press breaks Wyatt created which lead to scores, an assist and an and one had something to do with it, or maybe Harris catching fire and scoring on three straight possessions, two of them threes and an acrobatic and one herself had something to do with it but to be honest with you, this was probably the best team effort win I've seen from the Bobcats all season. Leslie Lockridge was solid at the one while Olivia Noah filled up the stat sheet

This was going to be a tough game for Langham Creek anyway, the gym was packed as Cy Fair's head coach Ann Robique was honored for winning her 600th game last week and they talked about her district titles and state championships however  what had impressed me even before she had the talented Ogumike sisters is that she was making it to the regional semis with a variety of talented players. Nevertheless, the Lobo's fought and I talk about the poise of the freshmen duo of Briley Perkins and Dyanni Robinson so much that if you had a chance to watch them last night, in this type of environment, you'd definitely get it. Dezi White and Courtney Faver also helped spread out the offense but the bottom line is that they're tied for that final playoff spot with Cy Fair who travel to Cy Falls on Tuesday while the Lobos take a trip to undefeated Cy Woods