The Cowboys’ road trip continued as they went over to face the Bobcats of Glenn High School. The first match-up between these conference foes was a convincing victory by the hosting Cowboys. Southwest heads into tonight’s tilt on a 5 game winning streak and still unbeaten in Conference play and are looking to keep their streak alive.
The Bobcats came out with fight as the teams traded the lead until a late surge of energy sparked a 10-2 run to end the frame for the Cowboys gave the visitors a 23-16 advantage.
The second quarter was back and forth, with Glenn going on short spurts that got them as close as 33-32. Once again a quick surge including a 6-0 run by the Cowboys pushed the lead back out to 39-32 at the 3:36 mark. The margin stayed there thanks to the Cowboys missing 12 free-throws and multiple missed layups. The first half closed at 48-41 still in favor of the Cowboys.
Glenn came out of half time motivated to get back into the game with a 4-0 run. The Cowboys seemed to wake up following this spurt, and pushed the gas pedal down and caused several turnovers in a row and in a blink the lead was at 20. A late free throw made the mark at 69-50 headed into the fourth.
The final frame was more Cowboys steaming ahead until the benches for both teams finished the game to the tune of a 86-73 road victory for the Cowboys.
Glenn was led by Khyrie Thompson with 14.
Southwest was paced by Kam Langley with 26, 12 Rebs, 7 Asts, 5 Stls, Ben Ferguson with 22, 3 Rebs, 2 Stls, and KJ Langley with 11, 4 Asts, and 4 Stls.
1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final Glenn 16 25 09 23 73 Southwest 23 25 21 17 86
Glenn (4-14, 1-5)
P.J. McCloud 1
Theo Howard 11
Rashard Daniels 12
Arrington Gray 8
Darius Little 5
Josh Daniels 10
Amond Mathews 4
Christian Williams 7
Khyrie Thompson 14
Chryshawn Lindsey 1
Southwest (17-4, 7-0)
Jace Yeoman 3
KJ Langley 11
Ben Ferguson 22
Cedric Morgan 6, 5 Stls, 3 Asts
Chris Moore 3, 3 Rebs, 3 Blks,
Orlando Smith 4, 8 Rebs, 3 Asts
Kam Langley 26
Devonte Cross 2
Kaymon Mitchell 9, 6 Rebs
Submitted By Greg Vlazny