TRM basketball edged out on senior night Saturday

Published 11:01am Monday, January 28, 2013

On senior night Saturday in Brewton, the T.R. Miller Lady Tiger and varsity Tigers played in their final area games of the season against the Bayside Academy Admirals and both teams came away with losses.
The Lady Tigers ended their area schedule with a 2-4 record as they took a 28-25 loss to the Admirals. T.R. Miller’s overall record fell to 3-14.
The varsity Tigers suffered a 46-33 loss to fall to 2-12 overall and finished their area record with a 1-5 record. No B-team game was played Saturday.
All three of T.R. Miller’s basketball teams were set to be back in action Monday at Andalusia. Teams will play their first games of the season Friday at Hillcrest. Game time is set for 4:30 p.m. in Evergreen.

BA 28, TRM Lady Tigers 25
The Bayside Academy Lady Admirals outscored the T.R. Miller Lady Tigers 12-9 in the fourth quarter to break a 16-all tie and hand the Lady Tigers a three-point loss, 28-25.
T.R. Miller led Bayside 6-4 after the first quarter, but saw their lead vanish in the second quarter as Bayside edged them out 9-6 to hold a 13-12 lead at the half.
In the third quarter, the Lady Tigers rallied with a 4-3 scoring advantage to tie the game at 16-all heading into the fourth and final quarter.
In the fourth, Bayside pulled away for the three-point win.
Lateysia Montgomery, the lone Lady Tiger senior, led T.R. Miller in the loss with nine points.

BA 46, TRM varsity Tigers 33
A 15-8 run in the second quarter helped propel the Bayside Academy Admirals to a 13-point win over the varsity Tigers of T.R. Miller, 46-33.
T.R. Miller and Bayside played a close first quarter with the Admirals coming away with an 8-6 advantage heading into the second quarter.
In the second, Bayside outscored T.R. Miller by seven points—15-8—to grab a 23-13 halftime lead.
From there, Bayside extended their lead to 10 points—32-22—after outscoring T.R. Miller 9-8 in the third quarter. In the fourth, the Admirals ended the game on a 14-11 run to take the win by 13.
Chardian Johnson led with 11 points in the loss.

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