“It’s a mental game for us right now,” coach Jeff Blough said. “But I like where we’re at. We just need to eliminate some mental mistakes.”
Against the Tigers, Blough knows he’s facing a different Tiger team than the one the T-Wolves faced two months ago. The emergence of Chandler Coale and Albany Anderson on offense has changed the way teams must defend NHS.
“I don’t think we’re going to shoot 64 percent again, so we’re going to have to be aware of their scorers on defense,” he said. “It’s an added dimension to their offense on top of what Taylor and Bethany can do.”
The Timberwolves are focusing on bettering their screens and ball movement against the Tigers. Both are areas that North struggled at in Tuesday’s loss to Southmoore.
“When we run and trap we can’t miss any rotations,” he said. “That’s something we did at Southmoore, and it gives them easy baskets. We have to know where their personnel are at on the floor.”
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