Lady Tigers beaten by Lamar

  from staff reports
  The Hunter Lady Tigers were handed down a less-than-promising 27-13 defeat Monday night at the hands of Coach Fender's ladies from Lamar on Monday.
  Neither team was impressive on the offensive end, ending the first quarter four to four. At the half, the score remained low for both teams, ending with Hunter down two points 12-10.
  Hunter girls looked as if they were on top of their game for three quarters, but the beginning of the fourth quarter was a spirling downward spin for the Lady Tigers.
  Coach Tammy Taylor was extremely disappointed in the performance on the court.
  "These girls have mountains of talent, but getting them to all play together to their potential is like getting your teeth pulled with pliers," she said. "I am still looking for a team leader. Until one of these girls decides that they want the ball and will go to the hole no matter who is in their way, then I am afraid that we are not going to get much better.
  "Every one of these kids work hard in practice, then they go on the court and can't seem to have the confidence that they need to execute the play."
  Rachel Lowe has really improved over the last few games. She had several key rebounds that kept the Lady Tigers within reach most of the game, but it was not enough to keep the Tigers from being defeated 27-13.
  The Lady Tigers will face Cloudland on Monday afternoon at Hunter Elementary School.