"We played decent ball tonight, defensively we played well by creating turnovers and limiting most shot selections," Glenbrook head coach Chris Kourvelas said. "We also got to the boards with authority tonight pulling down about 60 rebounds, which in turn was good for our team because we had an off night shooting."
"We could not get many outside shots to fall and and a few of our other guys had an off nights shooting.," Kourvelas went on. "But we had other players step up and make plays and come together to make things work out in our favor. I was proud of our guys stepping up and for the ones who did have an off night to continue to keep playing through it."
Devin James was one of the players to step up as he turned in a double-double with 22 points and 11 rebounds.
Cade Spurlock had a big night with 17 points and eight rebounds and Caydan Maloney pulled down 13 points and scored eight points. Zach Specht had a team-high 16 rebounds and six points and Austin Palmier had eight points and six boards. Terez Mac had four points and 11 rebounds.
Kourvelas was happy with the win, but his attention is already ahead.
"We now turn our attention to Tuesday night when we play Cenla at home," he said. "Cenla is a good solid team full of talent. We have to focus the next couple of days on what to execute Tuesday night because we feel it is going to be a hard fought battle."
The Apaches will host Cenla in jv and varsity Tuesday beginning at 4 p.m. and then will travel to Farmerville on Friday to take on Union Christian.