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Doing The Dirty Work

 

Dan Stevens

Three Blackhawks all jumped after the ball. West Carroll ... watched.

When Girls Basketball fans think about the Stockton Blackhawks, they usually think about Tiana Timpe. But as proven Thursday night against a young but improving West Carroll squad, Stockton is much more than Timpe.

"Tiana is what makes us go," said head coach Robyn Schulz. "The girls know that, and they're happy when she gets her points and scores. But you look at Kirsten Winters, Brynn Haas, Kassadie (Sullivan) and the rest, they're the ones who get the rebound, or make the steal; they're happy doing the dirty work."

On West Carroll's first possession, Winters blocked the shot, Kassadie...



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