Woodland comes up short against Bremen
The Woodland boys dropped a hard-fought non-region matchup against Bremen Saturday at home.
Following three consecutive wins, the Wildcats dropped a back-and-forth affair to move to 3-1 on the year.
Diaz Garrett and Brelace Williams split Woodland’s 12 first-quarter points evenly, as the hosts took a two-point lead into the second period.
Despite seven points from Harlin Morris in the second quarter, Bremen recovered to hold a slim 31-30 edge at halftime.
The Blue Devils extended their advantage to 50-43 entering the final period. While Woodland finished with a slight scoring edge in the fourth quarter, Bremen fended off a full-blown comeback bid.
Garrett paced the Wildcats with 19 points. Williams recorded 14 points, while Morris added 11. Jayden Hames chipped in with eight points.