Trinity Lutheran got its transition game going and added some 3-pointers for good measure in Friday’s home game against Medora.
The Cougars pulled ahead 22-8 through one quarter, led by 21 at halftime and buckled down defensively in the second half for a 79-36 win.
“I didn’t know what kind of defense (the Hornets) were going to play, but I just said, ‘Don’t settle for 3s. Work on getting the ball inside,’” Cougars coach Aaron Rudzinski said. “I knew they had a big kid inside (Roy Edwards) that was going to be a force, but I just wanted us to focus on getting the ball inside.”
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