Girls hoops roundup: GH survives brutal 2nd quarter to beat Rockford

Aside from the second quarter, Grand Haven's varsity girls basketball team played an outstanding game in hostile territory against host Rockford on Tuesday to score a 40-33 victory.
Tribune Staff
Jan 11, 2012

 

That second quarter stuck out like a sore thumb, however, as Grand Haven was outscored 14-0, allowing the Rams to take a 20-18 lead into the half.
“We played really well in the first quarter and got out to an 18-6 lead,” Grand Haven coach Katie Kowalczyk-Fulmer said. “But Rockford’s a good team. In the second quarter, we weren’t patient offensively. We didn’t take care of the ball, we were trying to force it inside. That and we were taking a lot of quick shots.”

After getting a tongue-lashing at the half, the Bucs (7-1, 2-1 O-K Red) regained their composure and outscored Rockford (2-5, 1-2 O-K Red) 22-13 the rest of the way to secure the win. The Bucs committed just one turnover in the second half and did a better job of executing offensively, Kowalczyk-Fulmer said.

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