Mosinee (OnFocus) – A tight game in the first half saw Mosinee zoom ahead behind a ferocious defense, as the Indians downed the Papermakers 77-24.
With the game tied at 9 with ten minutes remaining in the first half, Mosinee’s full court defense kicked in, propelling the Indians’ onslaught. Mosinee’s 68-15 advantage the rest of the way all stemmed from that defense, said Nekoosa Head Coach Scott Linzmeier.
“The game was very close the first 10 minutes as the game was tied 9-9 with 9 minutes to go in the half. Mosinee’s high pressure defense and full court press then took over, and we struggled.”
Kiya Kolo led Nekoosa with 15 points, all on three-pointers.
“Mosinee created so many turnovers and converted them into easy baskets,” Linzmeier shared.
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