Shooting woes continue to plague Crimson Tide
The Minden Crimson Tide lost to Benton, 48-45, in overtime on Tuesday to drop their record to 8-11. And the main culprit in the loss was their inability to convert their shots.
"We shot just 24% from the field against Benton, and we made just 11 of 23 free throws," Minden head coach Alan Shaw said. "The fact that we are even in these games is a miracle, because of our low shooting percentage."