Pioneers apply defensive pressure in victory over Stockbridge

The Sevastopol girls basketball team has averaged 42.8 points per game this season, but only needed one half to meet that total Monday night against Stockbridge. Sevastopol carried a 43-22 lead at the half, and while the second half was much more even, the Pioneers would take home the non-conference victory 67-43. The explosive first half was due largely in part to a more aggressive defense that head coach Dan Judas has been encouraging over the past couple of weeks. He said he presented his team with a challenge before they took the floor.


For the Pioneers (4-12, 0-11), the 67-point mark is the team's highest scoring total of the season. Sevastopol will attempt to retain their aggressive style against Packerland Conference rival Sturgeon Bay (1-17, 1-11) tonight.

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