HAMPSHIRE – Tyler Crater set his feet beyond the 3-point arc and made six shots in a row. It was the pregame warmups, but those shots gave the senior the rhythm and confidence to dominate during the game.
“I always try to get that shot going early,” said Crater, who made four from beyond the arc as well as making four other baskets. He finished with a game-high 20 points in the Whip-Purs’ 64-40 Fox Valley Conference crossover win against Prairie Ridge. “It’s important that I try to be multidimensional out there. It opens up everything I’m looking to do.”
Prairie Ridge coach Corky Card describes his team as deep and energetic. That energy was on display Thursday as the Wolves (2-2) implemented a high-energy full-court press against Hampshire with mixed success.
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