Luverne Tourney on tap
The Luverne Tigers now have a 4-2 record as they get ready for their annual Christmas Tournament this Friday and Saturday at home.
The Tigers will host the Brantley Bulldogs, Pike County, and the Highland Home Varsity boys.
LHS suffered a loss to 3A Pike County on Dec. 11, as the Bulldogs left with a 57-37 win.
Leading scorer for the Tigers was Jeremiah Leach with 15 points. Morrease Barber pulled down 13 rebounds, while Walter Barber grabbed 7 rebounds. Brandon McGhee had 3 steals and 3 assists for the Tigers.
“We played halfway decent the first quarter, but after that, we couldn’t find any kind of rhythm,” LHS head coach Richard Dorsey said. “We’re still trying to get it together so when we get into area play, we’ll know what kind of team we have.”
“We’ve got a lot of new ones who haven’t played varsity ball before, so we’re still having to work things out…. Pike County is a good team; they did everything right, and we did everything wrong.”
Luverne defeats Highland Home
Luverne traveled to Highland Home and caused the Flying Squadron to crash and burn as the Tigers won 64-44.
“Everybody got some points on the board that night,” Dorsey said.
Desmond Harrell led the Tigers with 14 rebounds and 8 points, and Robert Freeman followed with 13 rebounds and 7 points.
Goshen falls to Luverne
The Tigers had a big win over the Goshen Eagles Monday night as they came away with a 66-33 victory.
The leading scorer for the Tigers was Brandon McGhee with 16 points, followed by Robert Freeman with 13 points, and Jeremiah Leach with 10 points.
Senior Ketric Jackson had 10 assists.