In game one, Columbia Black’s Penny scored 16 points in the first half resulting in Columbia leading at half 38-7. An improved defense in the second half allowed Pioneer to outscore Columbia 7-5 the final two quarters.
In game two, Pioneer saw seven players scoring while playing solid defense in the first half. From the final two quarters of the first game and the first two quarters of the second game, Pioneer held Columbia to ten points. Pioneer is now 2-2.