“It was definitely a feeling out process with two good teams on the defensive side of the ball,” Chanute Coach Dustin Fox said. “There weren’t a lot of great open looks, but we used our defense to spark us offensively.”However, with 3:10 remaining in the frame, Lady Comet junior Shayla Bogle knocked down Chanute’s first field goal of the quarter. It sparked a 12-0 run which carried over into the second quarter as Chanute’s lead reached as many 13 by halftime.
“They are a really good team,” Comet Coach Max Ruark said. “They can put points up very quickly. We knew that coming in, and for the first three quarters, we made some mistakes, but we competed much more consistently.”The Vikings used 11-2 and 9-2 runs in the first half to push their lead to as many as 21 late in the second quarter. “In the first half, our full-court man and a couple of our zone presses worked in our favor and got us a pretty good lead,” Parsons Coach Anthony Houk said.
“We relaxed,” LCHS Coach Brad Smith said of how the team responded once Reliford got going. “We were pressing, maybe a little too much. After playing your rival, making no excuses, no excuses, it’s a letdown to a degree. It’s tough to follow.”Prior to that, the Blue Comets looked to run away with the game early, grabbing a 9-2 advantage five minutes into the contest. “(CHS Coach Max Ruark’s) matchup zone slowed us down,” Smith explained.
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