It was the first time in three tries this year that the Lady Tigers had defeated the Lady Spartans.
With the 57-50 win, Springville will play Erwin tonight at 7:30 p.m.
Pleasant Grove 24, Springville 14
The Lady Tigers were held to 3 points in the entire second half and lost to Pleasant Grove 24-14 in a game played earlier in the season. The game was actually tied 11-11 at halftime but Springville’s offensive woes continued in the second half and they were outscored 13-3 to make the final score 24-14.
Kirsten Gipson led Springville with 6 points. Kate Riker, Anna Marie Ronderos and Dixie Rhodes all scored 2 points each while Molly Lindsey and Geri Wilson had 1 point each.
Springville coach Warren House said defensively, his girls did a decent job holding Pleasant Grove to 24 points.
“Offensively, we were nonexistent,” House said. “We only took 25 shots for the game.”
Springville 42, Moody 20
Springville turned things around against Moody as they defeated the Lady Blue Devils 42-20. The Lady Tigers were up 13-5 after the first quarter and 25-12 at halftime.
Both teams scored 8 points each in the third quarter to make the score 33-20. Springville shut out Moody in the fourth quarter 9-0 to make the final score 42-20.
Springville’s Lindsey scored 20 points while Riker netted 7 points. Ronderos and Raianna Wilson added 5 points each while Audrey House scored 3 points. Danyelle Martin finished the game with 2 points.
As a team, Springville had 30 steals.
“This was a good win for us,” said House. “The girls played with a lot more energy than they did against Pleasant Grove.”
Hayden 59, Springville 32
Springville fell behind 14-5 after the first period and then gout outscored 31-12 in the second half and lost to Hayden 59-32.
Lindsey scored 10 points for Springville. Rhodes added 6 points while House and Martin chipped in 4 points each. Gipson netted 3 points while Riker and Wilson had 2 points each. Ronderos had 1 point.
House said it was not a good defensive game for his girls and they just stood a lot on defense.
“Offensively, we are still having trouble making shots,” House said.
Clay-Chalkville 50, Springville 41
The Tigers played a great first half as they were up on Clay-Chalkville 27-14 at intermission. The second half was a different story as the Lady Tigers were outscored 36-14 and Springville lost the game 50-41.
It was 11-3 after the first quarter in favor of Springville and they increased the lead to 37-14.
Clay-Chalkville won the scoring battle in the third stanza 21-6 and in the fourth quarter 15-6.
Lindsey scored 12 points to lead Springville. House and Rhodes netted 7 points each and grabbed 10 rebounds each. Savanna Hennings contributed 6 points while Martin added 5 points. Riker was good for 3 points while Wilson scored 1 point.
House said a big difference in the game came at the free throw line.
“We were 9-of-27 while Clay was 26-of-34,” House said.
With the loss, Springville fell to 6-16.
Springville 48, Tarrant 46
In the first game after the county tournament, the Lady Tigers edged Tarrant 48-46. The difference in the game came in the third period when Springville outscored Tarrant 21-7. Springville led 9-6 after the first quarter but fell behind 23-18 at the break. That’s when the Lady Tigers scored the 21 points in the third quarter and didn’t look back. The final score was 48-46.
House led Springville with 11 points. Ronderos added 9 points while Rhodes and Martin scored 8 points each. Lindsey scored 5 points while Wilson had 4 points. Gipson had 3 points.
“We missed easy shots in the first half,” House said. “In the second half, we started hitting some of those easy shots.”
Hewitt-Trussville 48, Springville 29
The Lady Tigers fell to 9-17 on the season after losing to Hewitt-Trussville 48-29 last week. Springville trailed throughout the game as they were down 12-7 after one quarter; 24-16 at the break and 32-22 after three quarters of play.
House led Springville with 9 points. Rhodes hit for 8 points while Lindsey had 6 points. Wilson scored 3 points while Ronderos and Gipson had 2 points each.
“Once again, we had trouble making shots,” House said. “We did a good job on the defensive side of the ball.”
Springville 57, Pleasant Grove 50
On Monday, the Lady Tigers beat Pleasant Grove 57-50 to keep the season going.
Springville led 11-9 after the first quarter and 24-20 at halftime.
Pleasant Grove won the scoring battle 18-13 in the third stanza to take a 38-37 lead into the fourth quarter. But it was the Springville girls who controlled the final eight minutes of the game as they outscored the Lady Spartans 20-12 and when the game 57-50.
Lindsey led the way for Springville as she pumped in 22 points, had 7 steals, grabbed 6 boards and dished out 3 assists. House scored 9 points and had 7 rebounds while Rhodes netted 7 points. Raianna Wilson and Ronderos scored 5 points while Hennings and Riker scored 3 points each. Gipson added 2 points while Martin had 1 point.
With the win, Springville improved to 10-17 on the season.
House said in the first two meetings with Pleasant Grove, some of his starters were injured.
“Tonight, all the starters were available to play,” House said. “They shot their best percentage of the season. Lindsey was 8-of-9 from the field. Our defense was sloppy at times and it allowed them to get back in the game in the third quarter. We kept fighting in the fourth quarter and held on to win.”