The Bryan girls basketball team closed out its run at the Aggieland Invitational with a 60-25 loss to Katy Seven Lakes on Friday in consolation-bracket play.
Head coach Chris Jones said despite Bryan’s 0-3 showing at the tournament, competing in events like it is valuable to his players.
“Tournament ball is good for us,” Jones said. “To have a few hours to adjust for a game, letting the kids get out their and play is always fun.”
Bryan went head-to-head with Seven Lakes in the first quarter, staying within 12-8, but couldn’t keep up in the second and third quarters.
“We’re competing, getting after it,” Jones said. “We rebounded the ball a little better today. We just have to keep getting better.”
The Lady Vikings will return to the court to face Bridgeland at noon Tuesday in District 14-6A play at Viking Gym.
“We’re going to continue to practice. We’re going to do more of the same, just trying to get better,” Jones said.
Katy Seven Lakes 60, Bryan 25
(Numbers after names indicate free throws made-attempted, points.)
SEVEN LAKES (4-12) — KK Tucker 3-5 17, Damiela Alzate 0-0 13, Bayli Bulawa 0-1 12, Sarah Narum 6-6 6, Ximena Diez 1-2 5, Lily Baumgardner 3-6 5. TOTALS: 15-24 60.
BRYAN (1-11) — Aniyah Cigar 0-0 4, Bre Mack 0-2 4, Devonae Hailey 0-2 4, Kennedy Gibbs 0-0 3, Zamiya Jones 0-0 2, Dajasia Johnson 0-1 2, Ma’Ryshia Roberson 0-0... Click here to read full article