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Girl’s basketball team uses aggressive defense to compensate for lack of height

Harvard-Westlake High School captured a 51-40 victory the girls’ non-league matchup against Ventura High School Saturday, their last game as of press time. Head coach Melissa Hearlihy used the team’s depth to rotate girls in, giving starters breaks from their intense full-court defense and… Girl’s basketball team uses aggressive defense to compensate for lack of…
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Paul Olund

January 13, 2015

Harvard-Westlake High School captured a 51-40 victory the girls’ non-league matchup against Ventura High School Saturday, their last game as of press time. Head coach Melissa Hearlihy used the team’s depth to rotate girls in, giving starters breaks from their intense full-court defense and…

Girl’s basketball team uses aggressive defense to compensate for lack of height

High schoolers’ perceptions of Stanford

High schoolers’ perceptions of Stanford

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