Following back-to-back 40-point losses to Anna and Kenton to drop Bellefontaine’s record to 1-2, head coach Henry Stolly was worried about his players’ confidence level.
Bellefontaine’s Taizha Collier, left, shoots against Urbana’s Reagan Bartee during Wednesday’s game at Bellefontaine. (EXAMINER PHOTO | TONY BARRETT)
But following three straight wins since, including a 62-26 blowout over Urbana on Wednesday, the Chiefs are feeling much better about themselves.
“The girls are starting to learn to compete together as a team,” said Stolly after Wednesday’s victory. “They are learning to play together and they are gaining confidence in their abilities.”
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