By TERESA CHIPMAN
PHS sports writer
The Indian girls played a balanced game against Bear Lake on Thursday, in their home opener. The result was a satisfying 52-35 victory where every player contributed at least two points.
The Bear Lake game was a complete turnaround, compared to the 55-22 loss to Burley on Nov. 15.
The team traveled to Minico on Friday and Malad on Tuesday (scores not available because of an early press time). They will be at Soda Springs on Saturday, Nov. 30, and host Burley on Tuesday, Dec. 3.
The Preston boys open at Burley on Nov. 30, at 2:30 p.m., and travel to Minico on Wednesday, Dec. 4, to play at 7:30.
“We had a rough one at Burley,” said coach Belinda Taylor.
“We played with a totally different mental attitude, regardless of the competition,” said Taylor, of the Bear Lake game. “I felt like we came out with some confidence tonight and just played with a different mentality.”
Four complete quarters is exactly what every coach wants from their team. Early in the first quarter the Indians trailed Bear Lake by two (7-5), but that didn’t last long. They not only outscored the Bears in every quarter, but they put up at least 10 points in each quarter.
“This has been a pretty well rounded effort offensively,” Taylor said.
This story is sponsored by Cache Humane Society and C&R in Tremonton.
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