WSN basketball falls to Flomaton Tuesday

Published 2:18 pm Wednesday, November 30, 2011

All three W.S. Neal Eagle basketball teams were back playing on the hardwood Tuesday night against Flomaton and all three teams took losses.
The B-team Eagles lost to the Hurricanes 31-23 to remain winless this season at 0-3.
The Lady Eagles of East Brewton saw their record fall to 1-2 with a 52-16 loss to Flomaton. In varsity boys action Tuesday, W.S. Neal lost to Flomaton 58-36 to drop their record to 1-5.
No individual or game stats were known from the game as of press time.
W.S. Neal was set to be back in action at home Thursday against J.U. Blacksher. Game time is scheduled for 4:30 p.m. with the B-teams starting things off.

Flomaton 52, WSN Lady Eagles 16
The W.S. Neal Lady Eagles found points hard to come by at home Tuesday against Flomaton as they lost by 36 points, 52-16.
Flomaton came one point shy of outscoring W.S. Neal for the whole game in the first quarter as they took an early lead over the Lady Eagles 15-3.
Flomaton increased their lead by 15 points in the second quarter as they outscored W.S. Neal 19-4 in the quarter to take a 34-7 lead at the half.
In the third quarter, W.S. Neal was outscored by eight points, 13-5, to trail by 35 points heading into the fourth quarter, 47-12.
In the fourth, Flomaton edged out the Lady Eagles 5-4 to get the win by 36.
Tiana Smith and Glenasia Butler lead W.S. Neal in the loss with four points each.

Flomaton 58, WSN varsity Eagles 36
If a basketball game could be played with just the second and third quarters, the W.S. Neal Eagles and Flomaton would have tied 33-33. But unfortunately for the Eagles of East Brewton, there was the first and fourth quarters.
In the first quarter, W.S. Neal was outscored 16-5 and in the fourth 19-8 leading to a 22-point loss to Flomaton.
After trailing 16-5 after one quarter of play, W.S. Neal and Flomaton both scored 12 points in the second quarter as the Hurricanes took a 28-17 lead into the halftime break.
In the third quarter, both teams scored 11 points as Flomaton increased their lead to 39-28 heading into the fourth. In the fourth, Flomaton outscored the Eagles 19-8 to get the 22-point win.
Donovan Millican led the Eagles in the loss with 12 points.

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