NHS got 24 points from Taylor Ely and 10 from Cox in the loss, while Albany Anderson was active on the glass and the defensive end, harassing the SaberCats into several turnovers and bad fouls. It was one of the Tigers’ best performances of the year, and Copeland believes they have it in them again.
“We had them at our place before we got in foul trouble,” she said. “We’ll be ready. We’ll watch the film and figure out exactly what we need to do to take away what they want to do. Maybe we’ll play better now that our backs are to the wall.”
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