Girls basketball insider: G-K progressing
For the fourth time in four years, Genoa-Kingston was forced to adjust to a new coach with Kyle Henkel at the helm this season.
The Cogs had a rough start adjusting to a new system, but they’ve made progress. The Cogs are now playing opponents close, like they did in their 40-37 overtime loss Tuesday to Rockford Christian.
“I thought we played well throughout the whole game,” Henkel said. “We’re finally starting to compete in more games than we did at the start of the year. It’s kind of a breath of fresh air for us.”
The next step for G-K is to learn to close out those tight games.
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