"It was a bad quarter offensively. They went to a 1-3-1 (defense) which was a good move, and we had some turnovers that led to some of their offensive breakouts and layups," said Waltonville coach Brian Gamber. "We didn't get many looks. At the time it was a three- or four-point game and I felt good at that time where the game was. We just had some bad possessions. We tried to force some things, and dug ourself in a hole. We're just not a team that can make up points in a hurry."
Woodlawn held a 31-24 lead at the end of the third quarter, and then Robinson took over the game in the final stanza scoring seven of his team's 18 points, including a perfect 8-of-8 from the free throw line.
Woodlawn finished shooting 36 percent from the field on 16-of-45 while the Spartans were a tad better at 42 percent. Waltonville was 7-of-10 from the charity stripe.