Sevastopol girls looking for more offensive production

The Sevastopol girls basketball team is looking for more production on the offensive side of the floor. Coming off a 71-51 loss to Gibraltar in which the Pioneers tied their second-highest scoring mark of the season and won the second half, head coach Dan Judas has used the game as a benchmark to point out the strengths and weaknesses of his team. He said the game helped illustrate how his Pioneers can improve and stay in more games.

Sevastopol is 2-9 on the season and 0-8 in conference play. The Pioneers now face a rematch with Green Bay NEW Lutheran. The Blazers won the first game 63-42.

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