Physical Ball Games Shown in Day 2 of ASH Tournament

ALEXANDRIA, La. (KALB) - Several games throughout Saturday's ASH Tournament proved to be physical.

The Tioga boy's basketball team huddle up during a timeout (Source: KALB)

Turnovers Doom Lady Eagles
The Menard Lady Eagles took on the Caldwell Parish Lady Spartans and the Lady Eagles suffered too many turnovers through the game to recover. The Lady Spartans capitalized on whatever Menard threw their way and finished at the basket. Jermiya Thompson led the way with 22 points.

Lady Lions Lose to Neville
The game between the University Academy Lady Lions and the Neville Lady Tigers was similar to the Menard-Caldwell Parish game with a lot of turnovers by the Lady Lions. However, Neville got it done as a team rather than it being all about just one player. UA played well in moments throughout the game, but the play of the Lady Tigers were too much for them as they won 53-33.

Back and Forth Contest for Tioga leads to Overtime Loss
Tioga took on Neville in a back and forth affair. Tioga played some tight defense early on and ran the floor extremely well and knocked down shots from beyond the arch. Neville came into the game with it on their minds though, getting to the basket. Tioga’s Dantavious Mitchell played nicely, finishing with 15 points, but Tioga falls in a tough overtime loss 46 to 42.

Chiefs Blast Rams 62-19
The Oak Hill Rams took on the West Ouachita Chiefs, but this game belonged to the Chief's Cole Moore. He lit up the Rams from the behind the arc, early and often, even though he only finished with just 6 points including a buzzer beater 3 pointer. The chiefs roll on to win 62-19.

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