Bradford expands her role
MAPLE PARK – Year by year, Kaneland senior Emma Bradford started moving away from the basket.
When the four-year varsity player was younger, she was one of the tallest girls on the court. Then, Bradford stopped growing and kids around her sprouted up, but she developed her low-post skills so much that she still played down low as a freshman.
“We started moving her little by little,” Kaneland coach Ernie Colombe said. “As a freshman, she played the 4 (position). Towards the end of her freshman year, we played her at 3. Then as a sophomore, she played the 4 and 3. As a junior, she’s played the 4, 3 and the 2.”
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