Sevastopol girls' basketball wants to limit extra opportunities

The Sevastopol Pioneers girls’ basketball team wants to limit turnovers and keep opposing teams off the glass as it seeks to improve throughout the middle portion of the season. Head coach Dan Judas said that while the girls have done an excellent job of limiting the outside shot, they give up too many second-chance points. However, despite the setbacks, Judas has been pleased with the way the sophomore class has developed. He said it’s not always a guarantee that you can get production from younger teammates, especially in a league as difficult as the Packerland Conference.



Sevastopol is currently 2-6 on the season and 0-5 in Packerland Conference play. The Pioneers face a tough challenge on Thursday, traveling to Algoma to face off against the Wolves.

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