The Commerce High School boys have a few days to recoup after Saturday’s 54-42 defeat by Apalachee.
The Tigers remain undefeated in region play and 2-4 overall as the team takes a short break for the holidays.
Commerce will jump back into the fray next Monday and Tuesday at the Jackson County Jingle Jam Tournament. The Tigers’ first opponent in the tournament is Providence Christian on Dec. 29. Tip-off is scheduled for 4:30 p.m.
Saturday night started out well for the Tigers against Apalachee. Coach Chad Bridges said the boys did a good job defensively but gave up too many rebounds.
“We played extremely well for spurts but we didn’t put a complete game together,” said Bridges.
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