From the outset, it was pretty clear what Columbine’s strategy was against girls basketball rival Dakota Ridge.
Spread the floor and let sophomore point guard Demitra Apergis drive the lane.
Janelle Baal would have none of it.
“My defense is my strong point,” said Baal, who scored 10 points for Dakota Ridge. “My goals were to not let (Apergis) get past me and not to let her get her 10 points average. Our defense as a whole was a big focus for us coming into the game.”
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