Girls Basketball
Lancers use big second quarter to top Tigers, 68-55


Sat, Nov 11, 2017 @ McKinley

Final 1 2 3 4  
McKinley (6-5, 12-9) 18 9151355
Sacred Hearts (4-8, 12-12) 12 27 15 1468
Pts: Te'Hiwa Medeiros (SHA) 21 pts  

Sacred Hearts rallied from an early deficit to top host McKinley in the final game of the annual Black and Gold Classic at Student Council Gymnasium Saturday night.

The Lancers trailed 18-12 after the first quarter, but outscored the Tigers 27 to 9 in the second period to pick up their second straight win in as many days.

Te'Hiwa Medeiros led the way with 21 points and trey in the win. Dallas Martinez also finished in double figures with 16 points.

Colby Lane led the Tigers in the loss, scoring 17 points with four of McKinley's 10 3-pointers.




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