RENSSELAER —Trailing by eight points entering the fourth quarter against host Rensselaer Central on Thursday, the North White girls basketball team looked to be headed toward its first loss.The Lady Vikings, however, had its leading scorer and four-year starter, senior guard Maci Heimlich, on the floor during the game’s biggest moments and she delivered in the clutch like she’s done so many times.Though she took and hit just one shot in the fourth quarter, Heimlich knocked down 8 of 8 free...
FRANCESVILLE — Rensselaer Central’s talented guard tandem of Morgan Fleming and Bianca Radtke led the offense and Fleming, Radtke and Lexi Healey sparked the defense in the Lady Bombers’ 61-20 blitzing of host West Central Thursday night.In the season opener for both teams, the Bombers started slow, leading just 8-5 midway through the first period. But Fleming caught fire, scoring seven of her team’s next nine points to build a 17-5 lead.
RENSSELAER — A feeling of been-there, done-that will wash over Rensselaer Central coach Chris Meeks and his staff on Friday night.A one-time advocate of the flex option that showcased the quickness of their personnel, the Bombers switched to its double-wing offense a few years ago. It’s an offense that carried Rensselaer to the 2014 Class 2A title.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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