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"Defensively, our press hurt them and we scored a lot of those points in transition off of steals. We rotated very well and got hands up on their shooters. We were mainly just concentrating on defense." Tony Camillucci
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"They're not the team they were last year, but they're still dangerous. They've won three in a row coming in here so they're capable of playing at a high level." Tony Camillucci
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"We had a great first quarter, the press really bothered them. I was really pleased with our defensive effort tonight." Tony Camillucci
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"We scored 14 points in the first half and that's usually a quarter for us. We usually get a lot of points in transition and they handled our press pretty well. This is a tough gym to shoot in, it's so wide and expansive. We're used to shooting in a box." Tony Camillucci
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"The kids that came off the bench gave us a spark. Lauren Hare defensively, she got us a few big tips. Right when they were starting to make a run, she'd get a hand on the ball, a steal, and I think that was pretty big." Tony Camillucci
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"We'll see how we bounce back. The girls are really upset right now, but I think they're going to bounce back fine. These girls have great character." Tony Camillucci
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"They weren't going to back down, they weren't intimidated at all." Tony Camillucci
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"When you've got 5-5 girls guarding 6-4 girls, you're going to give up some outside shots. But I thought we played great defense. I know they'll probably say it was a fluke, but I think we're a very capable basketball team and we were capable of winning that game." Tony Camillucci
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