Tigers top Panthers with strong finish

 

Erik Gantt

Encampment Tiger Wyatt Cox (No. 44) looks for the rebound after a missed shot by Saratoga Panther Donovan Ingelby. Defensive rebounding was one of the Tigers' strengths that led to their win.

The Encampment Tigers (7-1) played hot in the second and fourth quarters to get ahead of the Saratoga Panthers (1-5) Friday night at the Saratoga gym.

"A loss is tough to swallow, especially to a rivalry. But, there were a lot of good things that happened in the game," Saratoga's head coach Jason Williams said. "It's kind of like playing your brother in one-on-one. You hate to lose to him, but if you are going to lose to somebody, that's not always the worst thing."

"We played them close for about three quarters. It was pretty back and forth. Then we let things get away from us in the fourt...



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