Starting off a stretch of three games over four days, the Flagstaff Eagles got to rest, but it wasn't the kind of minutes spent on the sidelines they wanted.After starting the game with intensity that led to controlling the glass and taking a 30-15 lead by halftime, the Eagles starters stumbled coming out of the break and the reserves picked up the slack on the way to a 48-27 home win over the Prescott Badgers on Friday.“It wasn’t necessarily like I have to rest them because we have three...
The Coconino girls basketball team committed a good amount of time to boxing out in their last practices.The result was allowing just one offensive rebound to Lee Williams in a 55-27 victory, and getting nine rebounds from big Kortee Begaye and one of Kaylee Begay's best shooting nights so far this season.It was another example of the Panthers buying in for their coach. "I like how hard they’ve worked and committed to what we are teaching them," said Panthers head coach Martin Reyes.
During Wednesday's practice, the Flagstaff girls basketball team was working on catch-and-shoot drills. At first the shots were not falling, but not long into the drill the 3-pointers poured in one after another.Then it was on to sprints. The sound of feet pacing the floor thundered through the dome as the girls raced each other from one side of the court to the other.Speed and shooting have been two aspects of the game that Flagstaff have been using to roll through the 2017-8 season.
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