|LADY TIGERS FIND 'COMFORT ZONE' IN 2ND HALF|
|Written by Jim Buchberger|
|Friday, November 30, 2012 8:06 PM|
NORTH BEND, Ohio – In a game that looked sure to end up with twice as many fouls as points scored, Lawrenceburg girls basketball found its “comfort zone” in the second half at Taylor Thursday.
Scrambling back to the .500 mark for the second time this season at 3-3, coach Bill Snyder's Lady Tigers overcame the strong post presence of the Yellow Jackets (0-2) for a 14-6 fourth quarter and the 35-25 victory.
“We were struggling so much just to run our offense,” Snyder said. “After awhile I just told our girls to spread the court out and use their athletic skills. We have good overall speed and shooting ability. We're just not a good halfcourt team right now. We have to use our strengths in the open court, offensively and defensively.”
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