After the Tigerettes won their game, the Tigers came out to go against one of top 100 teams in the state. The Tigers would come up a little short, losing this game 59-51. Station Camp’s height would prove to doom the Tigers.
The Bison came out and seemed to have a defense for whatever the Tigers came out with. If the Tigers went in for a layup, the Bison played a 2-3 defense. If the Tigers went to settle for jumpshots, the Bison played man and stuck to the Tigers’ players. The second quarter was the same story. However, the Bison had a bad shooting first half, so they only lead 28-23 at the end of the first half.
The second half was another rough quarter for the Tigers. As mentioned earlier, the Bison had the Tigers in height. The Bison snagged a lot of offensive rebounds in the third quarter. If the Bison shot and missed, they would come inside and grab the offensive rebound and score. The Tigers would make shots they attempted, so, after three quarters of play, the game was 44-37 Station Camp, not completely out of reach for the Tigers. However, the Tigers couldn’t come back in the fourth quarter. If they hit a three, the Bison would also hit a three. The Bison went on to win the game 59-51.