Sterling to rely on depth, not stars, for victories
Are you a mourning hockey fan? If so, maybe some Sterling girls basketball can pacify your jones.
The Golden Warriors plan to sub liberally this season in order to take advantage of their depth. But while the shifts might be shorter than in years past, don't expect wholesale line changes.
"We're not going Grinnell-style or anything crazy like that, like Galesburg does," said Julie Schroeder, who enters her sixth season as Sterling's coach. "But being able to play multiple kids, and them knowing someone can come off the bench, step on the floor and do their job, I think that should fire our kids up, and they'll know they can play harder that way."
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