GBB THANKSGIVING TOURNAMENT
Inside game lifts Dundee-Crown over Streamwood
During a film session the morning of Dundee-Crown's game against Streamwood, the second game for both teams in the Lady Chargers' Thanksgiving Tournament, D-C coach Sarah Miller emphasized her team's ability to dominate every facet of the game. But she really honed in on the Chargers ability to play a punishing inside game.
"We know we can play an all-around game," Miller said. "But our physical game, we started calling it 'play and pay,' because it can really take a toll on the other team."
The girls must have been paying attention, because in the game Friday night, Dundee-Crown played, and Streamwood paid. The Chargers opened up an 8-0 lead less than two minutes into the game on the strength of four straight buckets in the paint by sophomores Alyssa Crenshaw and Gianine Boado and cruised to a 59-33 win over the Sabres.
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