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The Havana High School Ducks undoubtedly have reviewed the scouting report for tonight basketball opponent, the Winchester West Central Cougars, in the girls Class 1A Jacksonville Supersectional at Illinois College.
But Havana senior Macy <a href=http://www.blackfridaytiffany2014.com>tiffany and co outlet</a> Brown has some inside information on the Cougars top weapon, 6 foot 1 senior Tiffany King. It easy to let your guard down against King, Brown said, although it usually happens away from the heat of battle.
is a complete goofball; I just love her because she a complete person, said Brown, who <a href=http://www.tiffanyoutlet-2014.com>tiffany outlet</a> spent last summer as King teammate on the Springfield Predators competitive team.
someone stressed out, she knows how to settle them down and get them low key. She knows how to make a situation fun for everyone. King acknowledged she more outspoken than Brown, but she said the two small town girls hit it off on a Predators team featuring players mostly from the immediate Springfield area.
kind of low key, but she really talkative with me, King said Saturday afternoon, just a while after sending a text message to Brown. talk about a lot of things outside of basketball.
lot of the other (Predators girls were from Springfield, so sometimes we stuck together a little more. Macy did a great job of transitioning in; she a nice girl. Brown, a four year Havana starter who playing in her third straight supersectional, tried out for and made the Predators team last summer. King, who helped West Central to a state runner up finish two years ago, has played for the Predators based at The Gym of Springfield since she was in the fifth grade.
King strong ties to The Gym were obvious last month when she signed her national letter of intent with McKendree University at the basketball facility on Springfield far north side. Her current priority is getting the Cougars back to Redbird Arena for the Class 1A state semifinals on Friday, but she said the exposure she got from playing with the Predators was vital in getting a scholarship to McKendree.
really where I got all my college looks over the summer, King said. think (college coaches) know that where the kids are who really want to play. Springfield Mike Gaffney, who coached King with the Predators since she was in sixth grade, said the big girl from Winchester is very serious about her game. But as Brown said, King isn all business all the time.
puts a ton of work into her game; she really does, Gaffney said. her personality very nonchalant. We could be playing for a national championship and she on the bench making jokes beforehand. She has a great sense of humor.
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be weird, King said of facing off against her summer teammate. guess if we lost to anyone, I rather it be someone I played with and I know. I wouldn feel as bad. Said Brown: be a little strange Monday. But deep down, both of us want to win. It a matter of who wants it more. Dave Kane can be reached at 788 1544. 2, West Central No. 7; SJ R <a href=http://www.canadagoosejacket-outlet2015.com>canada goose outlet</a> Area 1A Havana No. 1, West Central No. 2.
PROBABLE STARTERS: Havana Macy Brown, 5 9 Sr. (11.6 ppg, 3.4 rb, 43 3 pt. FG, 75 pct. FT); Samantha Ellsworth, 5 9 Jr. (12.5 ppg, 2.9 assists, 2.5 steals, 33 3 pt. FG); Emily Eakle, 5 8 Jr. (6.1 ppg, 2.9 steals, 74 pct. FT); Jill Friedrich, 5 6 Jr. (5.9 ppg, 3.1 assists, 2.5 steals); Abby Kachanuk, 5 9 Jr. (4.5 ppg, 3.6 rb).
West Central Tiffany King, 6 1 Sr. (20.8 ppg, 8.2 rb, 58 pct. FG, 46 blocks); Alex Schaad, 5 10 Sr. (9.7 ppg, 3.5 rb, 2.1 steals, 27 3 pt. FG); Andrea Lietz, 5 9 Jr. (6.3 ppg, 4.1 rb); Ashlyn Jacquot, 5 7 Sr. (2.9 ppg, 3.9 assists, 3.8 steals); Karlee VanDeVelde (1.6 ppg). Friday in Normal.
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