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Alex Has The Answer

 

Dan Stevens

With 8.9 seconds remaining in their conference rematch at home against Orangeville, the Lena-Winslow Panthers were tied at 38-38, but Orangeville had possession of the ball after a Panther turnover. With the defense playing in man, Alex Daughenbaugh was straight up against Orangeville point guard Brayden Cahoon.

"I knew he liked to hesitate for a quick second when he went right before he crossed over to the left, so I was waiting for him to go right," said Daughenbaugh.

When the move came, Daughenbaugh lunged in, swiped the ball away, and raced back down court where he was fouled trying t...



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