The Hot Dogs shot 75 percent (15 of 20) from the field in the first half and ended up at 63.2 percent for the game.
"I thought we were timid on defense in the first quarter," Hendrix said. "We didn't get after them like we usually do. They got a lot of open looks and they made them â€” so credit to them for doing that. We made some adjustments in the second quarter and only gave up 10 points. And we did that again in the third quarter. If we do that in the first quarter, this game is down to the wire. Those are things we have to build on and get better at but I'm just proud of our kids."
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