With those three out against an athletic and aggressive Del City squad, the responsibility will fall to the supporting cast around Woodard, who is sure to draw the Eagles’ best defender.
Blough has confidence the rest of the team has what it takes to fill that void while earning crucial experience that he expects to help through the playoffs and beyond.
“The kids are getting good experience, and we’re going to need that in the playoffs if anyone gets in foul trouble, and these minutes count for next year too,” he said. “Tia’s done a great job for us, and we’ve been leaning on Paige Canty on defense. It’s also good to see Crymson get out there with confidence.
“We’ve just got to go out and play.”
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