Girls' basketball squad falls to DC

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by Ashley Hertwig
With another winter storm brewing, the Irish played the Chargers of Dassel-Cokato last Friday, December 10, at home.  
The game began as a tightly contested battle between two non-conference foes, but the physical play and pressure defense of D-C proved to be too much for the Irish to overcome.  
The Irish started the game in a man-to-man defense which proved to be effective for the first 8 minutes of the game.  
“We came out and played tough for the first portion of the game. But we weren’t able to sustain the intensity and gave up some easy baskets,” said Head Coach Adam Ronnenberg.
by Ashley Hertwig
With another winter storm brewing, the Irish played the Chargers of Dassel-Cokato last Friday, December 10, at home.  
The game began as a tightly contested battle between two non-conference foes, but the physical play and pressure defense of D-C proved to be too much for the Irish to overcome.  
The Irish started the game in a man-to-man defense which proved to be effective for the first 8 minutes of the game.  
“We came out and played tough for the first portion of the game. But we weren’t able to sustain the intensity and gave up some easy baskets,” said Head Coach Adam Ronnenberg.
D-C provided full-court pressure for most of the game, forcing the Irish to alter their game plan. The first half finished with the Irish trailing 38-14.
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