SALADO — Salado’s defense was strong all game, holding Little River-Academy to 12-for-39 (30.7 percent) shooting from the field and forcing the Bumblebees to make 25 turnovers as the Eagles rolled to a 70-36 victory. The win keeps No. 13 Salado in a tie for first place in 22-2A with No. 14 Jarrell.
During a stretch of 11 minutes and 29 seconds that bridged the second and third quarters, Salado (22-7, 10-1 22-2A) outscored Academy 31-4. This included a 17-0 run to open the second half in which Austin Adams scored six of his nine points in the run.
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