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He definitely answered the call tonight of us needing a guy to go. We really had no offense going in the first half other than him. If he doesnt step up and play that way that he did, it could have been a much different outcome. Goddards final circus shot came when he secured an offensive rebound, turned and flipped up a 15-foot shot that went in as he was fouled. He would go on to convert the free throw for the 3-point play, giving Chassell a 46-42 lead midway through the fourth. Defensively, Chassells suffocating full-court press threw Hancock (4-2) out of synch for the entire night. The Bulldogs turned it over 24 times, and with senior Chad Raasio forced to give the ball up before the Bulldogs could settle into their halfcourt sets, the timing of Hancocks offense was off throughout the game. I think for starters, we havent seen that good of ball pressure for an entire game like that this year, Strong said. Its almost human habit that when you get pressured, its like, Oh crap. I dont want to turn it over. But then you start doing things out of your character. The night started well enough for Hancock.
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