Committing 26 turnovers in a high school basketball game generally leaves a team with a big hill to climb on the offensive end, and that was the situation Seymour found itself in Friday night.
“Turnovers was the key tonight,” Owls coach Scott Miller said after the Owls’ 69-26 Hoosier Hills Conference loss to New Albany in the Lloyd E. Scott Gymnasium.
“You take 26 turnovers in a game, and New Albany is the kind of team that is going to do that to a lot of people. ... Our shooting got a little better tonight, but with our shooting percentage the way it is, 26 turnovers is 52 potential shots, and that hurts you.”
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