After a tough loss against the UT Rio Grande Valley Vaqueros on Wednesday, the Bobcats came out with a new fire in their stomachs against the Prairie View A&M Panthers. The Bobcats came stumbling only putting up 28 first half points, but ended up getting the win 64-57.
The Bobcats’ two dynamic play makers, Kavin Gilder-Tilbury and Nijal Pearson, came out firing, combining for 28 points, 16 rebounds and leading the way for a Bobcat team that is now 3-1 at home this season. The Bobcats also got help from senior guard Bobby Conley, who pitched in five points and excellent defense. On a day when Santa came to town, the Bobcats were able to play with a little holiday magic.
After going into the second half with a close game, the Bobcats showed that they are becoming a team that can comeback and show resilience. The Bobcats take a week off and pick up again on the road against Tulsa on the 17th before coming back for one final non-conference home game against Howard Payne on Dec. 20.
By Maria Martinez Blog Content Contributor Whenever someone asks me where I am from, I always say,"Laredo" without specifying from which side of the border. For me it is just one place, even if these cities are in two different countries. Since the holiday season is here, I want to tell you how we celebrate the most joyful traditions in a place where two different cultures meet. I loved […]
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