The Imperial Valley College women's basketball team looked to get back on track in its Pacific Coast Conference matchup with Grossmont at IVC on Wednesday.
After a half, it seemed as if Friday's lowest-scoring performance of the year, at Palomar, had carried over as the Arabs played fairly sloppy ball despite holding a lead.
After halftime, though, IVC pulled everything together in a 73-43 thumping of Grossmont.
"I think we just outlasted them. We did come out a little sluggish and were sloppy at first, but we made some adjustments," said Arab coach Jill Tucker. "Defensively we were giving them different looks and we created turnovers and took advantage of that."
Leading IVC defensively was center Jello Moore with seven steals. She had 20 points and 17 rebounds.
After the half, Moore helped spark the Arab offense, scoring nine points during a 5-minute stretch.
"In the first half we were just missing everything and weren't taking the ball up strong," Moore said. "Everyone was rushing everything and not settling down.