Sevastopol credits three-point shooting for scoring surge

The Sevastopol girls basketball team has used decisive three-point shooting to increase their scoring output. The Pioneers have begun taking more threes, and although there have been issues finding the basket at times, the team has found itself open more and more as it begins to put more emphasis on the play. This improvement became most apparent last Friday, when Amber Roalkvan hit four three-point shots in addition to Kaitlyn Schauske's three three-pointers to lead the team over Lena 57-41 last Friday. Head coach Dan Judas said although the field goal percentage is not where he'd like just yet, the numbers are still there and will only continue to grow as the girls get more confident.

Chilina Cuellar and Zoe Kuehn also scored into the double-digits on Friday, but both elected to do so through shots inside the arc. The victory over Lena is Sevastopol's third non-conference victory this season. The Pioneers will get another chance to pick up their first conference victory of the year when they face Southern Door at home on Friday.

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