The Douglas Lady Tigers spent three days in Winnemucca and competed in the Lowry Invitational Tourney over the weekend.
Going 3-1, the Tigers took third place with a win on Saturday afternoon over the host Lowry Buckaroos, 43-37.
Led by Desiree Cage and her 10 points and Katie McCullough with eight points, the Lady Tigers mounted a balanced attack and their tough defense once again came up with big play after big play.
The Tigers defense held opponents to 27, 24, 27 and 37 points in the tournament's four games.
"If we hold teams to around 30 points, we'll win some games" said Douglas coach Werner Christen.
"The tournament was a great opportunity to get away as a team, play some good basketball teams and start to figure out how to play together."
Douglas (3-2, 0-1) will now come home for two games this week, Tuesday hosting Wooster in their first Home game and South Lake Tahoe on Friday at Pau-Wa-Lu Middle School.
Douglas' four-game schedule in the tourney included opening wins over Fernley (45-27) and cross-league rival Hug (47-24).
Douglas' lone loss came to Fallon the semifinal game, 27-24.
The Lady Tigers had a tough Friday night, not able to produce offensively while their defense kept them in the game from start to end.
"We are learning a lot about each other, learning how to score, where each other will be on the court and when. This was great for us," Christen said.
McKenna Kynett was named to the all-tourney team. Kynett averaged 7.5 points over the 4 games and has started at the point in each of the Tigers' five games this season.
Douglas had a very balanced scoring attack, with McKenna Kynett scoring 31 points and Diana Regalado scoring 25 points in the four games.
Cage had 23, Corryne Millett had 13, Kelly Sonneman had 17, Kassidy Freitas had six, Ericka Munoz had 10, Katie McCullough had 14, Leonna Mortimer had 13, and Maddy Lowe has six.