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Generals split with Lafayette

Published 10:38am Thursday, December 6, 2012

The Horseshoe Bend varsity boys basketball team fell 37-34 Tuesday night at home against Lafayette.
The Generals played stout defense all game long, allowing the Bulldogs’ leading scorer to only five points.
Keith Landers led Lafayette with nine points on the night.
Horseshoe Bend took a 20-17 lead into the halftime in the defensive minded game, but fell on a crucial three point swing play that HBHS never made up the ground on.
Senior Jay Glenn led Horseshoe Bend in points with 19, while Cory Glenn added six in the loss.
“I thought the guys played a really good defensive game,” HBHS head coach Mike Boyd said.
“(Lafayette) knocked down some shots when they needed to in the second half and that became the difference.”
Horseshoe Bend will host Beulah tonight at Horseshoe Bend School following the girls game accordingly.

Lady Generals top Lafayette, 30-19
The Lady Generals of Horseshoe Bend scored 24 points in the second half compared to just six in the first half and topped the lady Bulldogs of Lafayette High School last night, 30-19.
Asia Stowes led Horseshoe bend with 13 points, while senior Ranley Clayton had five points and Allison Jones, Zakkiah Lyons and Amber Hardnett both contributed four points apiece.
“Overall, it was a great defensive effort and we really came out in the second half and played well,” HBHS head coach Mike Boyd said.
“We ran our second half offense really well and it was one of our best offensive games in the second half so far this season.”
The Horseshoe Bend girls will host Beulah High School tonight following the junior varsity boys game beginning at 5 p.m.

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