MARBLE FALLS — The Marble Falls High School girls basketball team ensured everyone enjoyed Parents’ Night with a 48-29 victory against Del Valle on Nov. 27.
The Lady Mustangs only had an 8-3 lead after the first period but stepped up the pace in the second quarter where they outscored the Lady Cardinals 22-11 for a 30-14 lead en route to the win.
"Del Valle had a good defensive scheme and slowed us down," Lady Mustangs head coach Chris Jost said. "We made some adjustments to improve on what we were doing."
He credited junior guard Blanca Fonseca and senior forward Katy Bartels with leading the runs to help Marble Falls to the win.
TOP PLAYERS: Sarah Stripling 14 points, 6 assists, 5 rebounds and 2 steals; Blanca Fonseca 12 points, 7 steals and 3 rebounds
ON OFFENSE: Points — Katy Bartels 10, Teagan Hall 4, Haley Stephens 3, Kaitlyn Naumman and Reann Hall 2 each, Hayley Fishbeck 1; rebounds — Stephens 2, T. Hall and Naumann 1 each; assists — Bartels 4, Naumann and Stephens 1 each
ON DEFENSE: Steals — Stephens and Bartels 3 each, R. Hall 1; rebounds — R. Hall 4, T. Hall 3, Stephens and Fishbeck 1
QUOTABLE: "Our girls are playing with a lot of confidence right now," Jost said.
RECORDS: Marble Falls is 7-3.
UP NEXT: Marble Falls at Seguin Matador Classic at Seguin High School, 815 Lamar Drive in Seguin, against Jefferson at 10 a.m. and against Eagle Pass at 1 p.m. Nov. 30