High school girls basketball: Dundee-Crown kicks up intensity in win over Hampshire
CARPENTERSVILLE – Dundee-Crown girls basketball coach Sarah Miller and Chargers players recently got after one of their own, senior Kennedy White, for hanging around the 3-point line too much and not attacking.
White, a 5-foot-7 guard, took her coach’s and teammates’ words to heart Tuesday, settling for only one 3-pointer against Hampshire.
She made that shot.
The other 13 of White’s game-high 16 points came from quick transition baskets and aggressive play from inside the 3-point line. By halftime, White had 12 points and D-C held an 11-point lead.
D-C’s defense did the rest, forcing 18 turnovers in the first three quarters, and the Chargers beat Hampshire, 42-30, in a Fox Valley Conference game.