Examples of halftime in a Sentence
The score was tied at halftime.
The coaches discussed strategy during halftime.
Recent Examples of halftime from the Web
The Cavaliers hit another three-pointer, but Steph Curry sunk a buzzer beater to tie the game at 56-56 at halftime.
The Warriors have been 33.1 points per 100 possessions better than whoever was unlucky enough to step out of the other locker room at halftime.
The Cavs announced an hour later at halftime that Love was being evaluated for a concussion and wouldn't return.
Centennial’s Thomas Thurmond netted his third goal in the final minute of the first half, and after Northern-Calvert answered with a goal, another Eagles goal from defender Stafford Smith trimmed the deficit to 9-5 at halftime.
Adding to the drama was the fact that at halftime Saban had made a tough call to bench the quarterback who led the team to the title game, Jalen Hurts, in favor of Tagovailoa—a calculated gamble that worked.
Redshirt freshman Calvin Camp was the star of the day, rushing for 131 yards (5 for the White team, then 126 for the Green team after switching at halftime) and scoring two touchdowns.
The Rockets, in grabbing the second game 127-105 and evening the series, quickly showed they were up for overcoming the initial 13-point loss by leaping to a 14-point lead at halftime on Wednesday.
Houston led by as many as 19 in the first half and was up 64-50 at halftime.
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HALFTIME Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of halftime for English Language Learners
: the period of rest between the end of the first half and the beginning of the second half in games like football and basketball
HALFTIME Defined for Kids
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