Posted On: 02/13/20 4:00 PM

E.C. Glass and Amherst County ended the regular season on Tuesday night, and both came ready to fight for one last win.  However, E.C. Glass not only had determination but consistency throughout the whole game and that set them apart.  Amherst began to fight back after halftime, but it was not enough momentum to set them over the top, and Glass would go to win 57-37.  Both teams begin district playoffs Thursday, Feb. 13.

Here are my takeaways…

Defense and consistency take the cake

Photo via E.C. Glass Girls Basketball Facebook

Not only did E.C. Glass have the mindset that they wanted to win, but they kept consistent with their defense throughout the game. Pushing Amherst to keep a 37-point bay.  Guard Jamiyah Henry handled the defense with ease, and Henry forced a turnover on multiple occasions.  Consistency is key when it comes to playing a full game, and it looks like practice paid off this season for Glass as they went 14-0 in their district.

Sometimes the players that shine most are off the bench

Amherst county showed their strength after halftime, and they pulled a few girls off of the bench.  Glass

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