After losing to Mendez the last time they met, Firebaugh decided to demonstrate that turnabout is fair play. On Friday, Firebaugh came out on top in a nail-biter against Mendez, sneaking past 22-20. The victory was a breath of fresh air for Firebaugh as it put an end to their 4-game losing streak.
Firebaugh got off to a sluggish start, posting 0 total points in the first half. Mendez couldn't get anything started offensively, either, which meant the halftime score sat untouched at 0-0. The offense put that tie to bed by coming up with 22 points in the second half to win the game. The win bumped Firebaugh's record up to 1-4. The defeat dropped Mendez's record to 3-2.
Next week Firebaugh take on Beverly Hills at Lynwood at 7:00 PM. Mendez will have some time to rest before their next match, which is against Contreras in two weeks at 7:00 PM.
See how Mendez vs. Firebaugh plays out in the box score here
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