Better passing leads to better NB results

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Girls' Basketball

By Thomas Barr

 BUCKNER - Despite losing two of the three contests in the South Oldham Lady Dragons Hoop-Fest, North Bullitt coach Amber Courtney feels good about her team.

As the squad is traveling to Daytona Beach for a week of competition, Courtney thinks the tougher schedule this season will pay off in February.

One of the biggest improvements over the final two games of the tournament has been better passing.

In some of the recent games, Courtney said some of the players have tried to step up too much and pull the team through a slump.

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