Heritage and Enloe have met twice this season, and each time, the game has come down to an exciting fourth quarter. Unlike the first matchup, when Enloe lost a fourth-quarter lead, and ultimately the game, the Eagles managed to maintain the edge and come away with 40-34 win Friday.
“We made some free throws this time and we didn’t turn the ball over,” he said. “You give yourself a chance if you don’t give them any help.”
“If we hold a Cap Eight opponent to 40 points, we should be able to win,” he said. “We just had trouble scoring.”
In the first game between the teams, Dix came up big, hitting a layup that forced the game into overtime, and ultimately resulted in a 59-52 Heritage win on Jan. 4. He was met with a chorus of boos by his former classmates.