Hawks turn to man-to-man defense to provide boost
Flipping pressure switch
DIXON – For much of the game, Oregon employed a 3-2 zone defense. When the Hawks switched to man-to-man, their dimming hopes suddenly brightened.
Trailing by five more than midway through the third quarter, Oregon used a 12-2 tear to take control en route to a 52-47 win over United Township in a quarterfinal at the Dixon tournament Friday night at Lancaster Gym.
"We knew that they were tired, so running man on them would make them even more tired," said the Hawks' Emylyn Wright, who scored a game-high 17 points. "We didn't stop. We just kept fighting."
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