GLENBURN — The Acadian Basketball Association’s girls’ A team served a full court press to fend off Glenburn 42-32 in an away game on Monday.
“I was very happy with the rebounding effort,” said Wyman Tapley, the team’s head coach. “They stayed aggressive through out the game.”
The girls’ A team is now 2-0. High scorers against Glenburn were Sierra Tapley with 12 points and Keely McConomy with eight
“This game showed us where we need the most work within our matchups,” said Tapley. “The girls responded well against Glenburn and were able to get the win.”
Overall, Tapley is very happy with the performance of the team.
“I think we are at the point where they are starting to figure out what their roles are and are handling them well,” he said. “We need to continue developing our depth and working on rotations but we are up to it. We have a good understanding of the game and for the most part, a good work ethic.”