Globe JV boys beat San Carlos JV, 57 to 37 on Jan. 31 in one of two mirror image games for the night. The Varsity girls came back after losing on Jan 7 to win on Jan 31. Globe JV boys reversed the Jan 7 result also from 35-57 to a 57-37 win on Jan 31.
In the Junior Varsity game, the Braves dominated the first quarter and didn’t fall significantly behind until the middle of the second quarter, but from then on it was “Katie bar the door,” for the Braves, (and Katie didn’t.) The Tigers came rolling into Brave territory again and again until they achieved their final winning score, shutting down the Brave offense in the process.
The Varsity game was another story. The Braves scored 26 to Globe’s 10 points in the first quarter. Twenty points to Globe’s 9 points in the second. Fourteen to 8 in the third quarter and 13 to 8 in the last quarter. The final score was 73-35, which was close to the 81-37 San Carlos win in the Jan 7 game.
Globe toughed it out every quarter. Nick Perez was the top scorer with 7 points. Vaughn Lomayaktewa and Wendsler Nosie scored 4 points each. Roman King and Jered Garcia each made 5 points.
For San Carlos, John Mull dominated the first quarter with 11 points from a two pointer and three three-pointers, along with Cameron Mull who sank 7 points including one three-point basket.
Cameron Mull, Eliah Victor, Brian Cassa, Reppert Cassadore III, and Elijah Bullis took up the slack in the second quarter. Eliah Victor livened things up with 3 three-pointers. Mull put in two baskets. Cassa, Cassadore, and Bullis each scored, Cassa contributing a three. Things simmered down in the last two quarters, with most players getting court time. It was a hard-fought game for Globe, but San Carlos as well and they should watch out for next season. Talent alert for both new and continuing Globe and San Carlos players as they develop.