DUBLIN-A second game win over Rio Vista helped get the Glen Rose Lady Tigers to the consolation game of the Dublin Tournament.
The tourney started with the Lady Tigers matched up with Tolar, and Tolar came out on top with the 52-31 victory.
Angelica Lisauckis led the Lady Tigers with eight points, while Dora Ibarra and Caitlyn Spurgeon both tallied five in the loss.
The loss sent Glen Rose into the second chance bracket where they faced off with Rio Vista.
Glen Rose was able to pull out the win against the Lady Eagles, 40-29.
Spurgeon led the charge with nine points, while Ibarra and Racia Ratliff tallied seven apiece.
The victory sent Glen Rose to the consolation championship game against the Bangs Dragons.
Poor free throw shooting would eventually be the downfall for the Lady Tigers as Bangs cruised to a 54-38 victory.
Ratliff racked up a double-double for the Lady Tigers with 14 points and 14 boards, while Lisauckis finished with 12 of her own.
Glen Rose only hit on nine of their 27 shots from the charity stripe, while Bangs went 18-20.
Glen Rose hosted Clifton on Tuesday night where they came away with the 30-26 victory.
Kaycee Brown returned from an injury with six points, while Lisauckis led the way with seven.
The Lady Tigers will travel to Bosqueville on Thursday for the Bosqueville Tournament, where they will tip off against Godley at 6 p.m. on Thursday.
It is a six-team tournament with Glen Rose, Godley and Crawford in a pool and Bosqueville, Calvert and Waco-Reicher in the other.