SHE’S GOT TWO TIGERS ON HER TAIL – Lady Bulldog Freshman Tristyn Marshall experienced her first varsity competition in the Bulldog Girls Basketball Jamboree Monday evening when the Lady Bulldogs played the Lockwood Tigers for two quarters, then Adrian and Stockton. The Lady Bulldogs went 1 and 2 on the night. Lady Bulldog Head Coach Beau Swopes told the Sun he has 18 girls out for the team – six seniors, three juniors, two sophomores and seven freshmen. He said, “The girls competed really well. Our goal was to go out and play as hard as we could for all thre games and just see what we had. I felt we played well. We have some things we need to work on before the first game and some things that really need improvement, but overall I was pleased with their effort. Offensively and defensively, we won’t change much (from previous years). The biggest things will be that girls have different roles and how long it takes them to adjust to their new roles. I have been really pleased with how hard the girls have worked over the past 10 days. We had a tough year last year and it doesn’t get any easier playing so many games on the road, but the girls have a positive attitude and are ready for the season to begin.” The first home game will be Dec. 7 vs. Bolivar.