After starting the season 4-1, the Warhawks lost 13 of the next 14 games, before bouncing back to win four of their last six games heading into the area tournament. In the opening round of the Area 4 Tournament, Daleville managed to hold off Wicksburg for a 40-39 win. With seven seconds remaining in the game, Wicksburg had a chance to tie the game at the free throw line but managed to make just one of two attempts, and the Warhawks ran the clock out to secure the first round win.
After a successful 16-7 regular season, the Lady Hawks hosted the Class 3A, Area 4 Tournament and earned a first round bye. In the semifinals, Daleville walloped Wicksburg 45-26 before falling to Providence-Christian 39-21 in a defensive battle. After sweeping Providence in the regular season, the Lady Hawks just couldn’t seem to get anything going offensively. Daleville was also without starter Raiven Hallford, who was out of town.
The loss put a frustrating cap on the Wildcats first season under new head coach Rhett Harrelson. The Wildcats played tough with Jeff Davis for the third time this season but for the third time came up short, too. “It was really similar to the last two times we played (Jeff Davis),” Harrelson said. “We held them to the low 50s again but we also scored in the low 40s again. We played good enough defensively to win but we just couldn’t score.”Against Jeff Davis and R.E.
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Selecting a term
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