Armoska sets tone in another blowout win
Rockets getting defensive
ROCK FALLS – Monday, Rock Falls took it to a young Dixon team. Tuesday, the Rockets made a senior-dominated Princeton squad look just as helpless.
A day after thrashing the Dukes by 31, Rock Falls rode a 20-2 third-quarter blitz to a 61-32 win over the Tigers at Tabor Gym on the second night of the Sauk Valley Shootout.
"Defense is our game. Defense wins championships," said the Rockets' Steven Armoska, who had game-highs of 21 points and 12 rebounds. "Usually we don't even work on offense in practice. We don't need to work on offense. Our defense is so good, we create points."
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