The Dustdevils women’s basketball team was back in action after a respectable performance in Friday’s seven-point opening game loss at Chadron State. But the group had a more difficult time in South Dakota Saturday. Texas A&M International lost 73-55 at Black Hills State on Saturday. The Dustdevils trailed 47-23 at halftime but outscored their opponents 32-26 the rest of the way. The first half was a struggle as we had to adjust lineups,” TAMIU head coach Jeff Caha said.
Laredo’s girls’ basketball teams finished up action on Saturday around Texas in tournament play. Cigarroa headed into the final day of action in La Joya unbeaten in tournament play but couldn’t keep it going. The Lady Toros lost 61-25 to PSJA North and 52-35 to San Benito as they finished in fourth place at the event. Lori Deleon paced Cigarroa with a combined 17 points and 12 rebounds in the two games while Larizza Cantu finished with 13 points and four steals.
As tournament play continued Friday, local teams pushed to put themselves in good standing before Saturday’s final day of games. Alexander split Thursday to begin the Corpus Christi Mira’s Texas Riviera Tournament Corpus Christi but played just one game Friday. The Lady Bulldogs made the most of their opportunity knocking off hometown CC Ray 60-57. Leading Alexander on the court was Macayla Munoz who scored 13 points, grabbed 10 rebounds and dished out four assists.
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