There was very little Gonzales could do against a strong Lady Gobbler defense that led to a 58-20 victory.
Cuero coach Amy Crain said, “We felt like we were on our heals a bit during the first quarter. We talked about making the adjustment, at halftime, being more aggressive and winning more hustle plays. I asked the girls to really step up their defense and they did.”
The team had 15 steals, 17 rebounds and caused 13 turnovers.
“We created more turnovers, we rebounded better in the second half and we were able to get our transition game and get those fast breaks,” Crain said. “We believe that our defense can dictate how successful we are on offense.”
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