Centenary finished the night, shooting 33 percent and was 28 percent from behind the three-point line.
Weiler and Sanders led Centenary with five boards apiece. Senior Ashley Jackson would score the next four for Centenary on a perfect 4-of-4 effort from the free throw line. No matter what your goals are, Gracie Barra Lake Charles is committed to helping you reach them.
Whether you come from a training background or are new to martial arts, we offer programs that will fulfill the needs of your entire family. McNeese opened with a run and forced Centenary into several early fouls, before the Ladies could score its first basket, a free throw by Cook at the mark.
Following the forward in scoring was sophomore Ne-Ne Cook with 13 points. Sanders hit Centenary's first field goal just seconds after to make it an game. Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is a lifestyle — a community. We know it because Jiu-Jitsu has changed Charrles lives in so many positive ways.
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The Cowgirls continued to build on its lead, producing 11 unanswered points to gain a lead midway through the half. With five minutes to play, the Cowgirls' inside game continued its dominance, collecting 16 offensive rebounds, as they went up before Centenary sparked its late first-half run.
Behind Sanders and Cook were Vidovic and Weiler with six points. Cook and sophomore Megan Daniel drained treys but McNeese continued to outrebound and out power the Ladies inside the paint as it maintained its convincing lead.
The Cowgirls opened the second half with three consecutive treys and again managed to spark a run before Centenary would hit its first field goal. Everyone starts training for different reasons.
The Ladies made of from the free throw line for 71 percent. Sanders scored the next 10 points for the Ladies and McNeese gained a point advantage with just over 10 minutes to play. We are open 6 days a week with over 24 classes throughout the week.
And we want to do for others what Jiu-Jitsu has done for us. A key difference in the contest was the Cowgirls' 51 rebounds to the Ladies' Sanders led Ladiea on a 7-of effort from the floor, surpassing her high of 10 points, which came at IPFW a year ago. Message from Head Instructor Jaime Gomez: I believe that training in bjj is a life changing experience.
However, it seemed as if McNeese had full control of the first half, holding the Ladies to just its second field goal with to play on a jumper by senior Sarah Weiler. In the final five minutes of play, the Ladies showed its range from deep as freshman Kat Vidovic and Cook each fired off three-pointers en route to a tilt to challenge McNeese with a halftime score.
Our time-tested training methods are deed to bring out the best in students. The Ladies were never able to build on its late first-half momentum, as McNeese fired off 52 points in the paint. McNeese was better from the field at 49 percentled by Kiara Johnson's 14 points.