Saturday, January 18, 2014
Mokane South Callaway head coach Tony Brandt sees potential in his Bulldogs. It’s not on display every game, but there are glimpses nonetheless.
For example, it didn’t show up in a 51-41 loss to fifth-seeded North Callaway in the first round of the South Callaway Tournament last Monday night. It did, however, shine through in a 73-35 win over No. 8 seed Russellville in the consolation semifinals last Wednesday night.
As for Friday night’s fifth-place game against New Bloomfield?
“Tonight was an example — a kind of indication — of what we could do,” Brandt said.
South Callaway harassed New Bloomfield with its defense, ran an efficient, patient offense and was never in much danger as the No. 4 seed Bulldogs coasted to a 67-33 win over the No. 7 Wildcats.
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