BROCK — The Brownwood Lady Lions concluded the Brock tournament with two victories in their final three games. The Lady Lions knocked off Bangs, 47-23, Friday and Fort Worth Nolan Catholic, 37-24, Saturday afternoon before succumbing to Argyle Liberty Christian, 60-57 in overtime, Saturday night.
In the win over Bangs, Brownwood led 15-2 after one quarter, 26-8 at halftime and 35-14 through three periods.
All-tournament team member Mathya Thompson led the Lady Lions with 17 points followed by seven from McKenzie Welker, six each from Brooke Price and Catrina Fullerlove-Brooks, four apiece from Alexa Arreola and Jaylen Savage and three points from Lindsey Larose.
Brownwood converted 43 percent (20 of 47) of its shots, including five three-pointers, while going 2 for 4 at the free throw line. The Lady Lions also finished with 15 rebounds and 13 steals while turning the ball over 12 times.
Trenedi Deal led Bangs with 10 points trailed by seven from Maggie Morales, three from Kyra Smith, two from Brookelann Mullins and one point from Kayleah Hall.
Against Nolan Catholic, the Lady Lions led 11-0 after one quarter, 19-8 at halftime and 23-16 through three frames.
Thompson again led Brownwood with 16 points while Welker poured in a season-high 12, Fullerlove-Brooks scored six and Natalie Edmonds added three points.
Brownwood hit 37 percent (16 of 43) of its shots, including four treys, and sank its lone free throw attempt. The Lady Lions also tallied 20 rebounds and five steals with 13 turnovers.
In the loss to Liberty Christian, the Lady Lions led 16-15 after one quarter, 25-23 at halftime and 40-32 after three periods, but Liberty Christian owned an 18-10 scoring edge in the fourth period to draw even at 50 at the end of regulation.
Thompson finished with 19 points, Larose added 12, Price contributed nine, Edmonds and Fullerlove-Brooks recorded five each and Welker chipped in two.
Brownwood drained 48 percent (22 of 46) of its field goals, with four three-pointers, and 9 of 13 free throws. The Lady Lions grabbed 25 rebounds and 13 steals, but committed 20 turnovers.
The Lady Lions (4-3) are back in action at Merkel at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday.