Basketball coach likes team chemistry
"Milwaukee Area Technical College Stormers are playing pretty good this semester. With 6 wins and 2 losses, we responded after every loss," said Randy Casey, Head Coach of the MATC Stormers.
The loss against Ellsworth Community College Panthers on November 18 was barely a rain cloud for the MATC Stormers 75-96; the Panthers outscored the Stormers in both quarters of that game. Never to worry, the almighty Stormers showed up in the next game against the Panthers on November 23, giving Ellsworth a fight and a wind chill.
The Stormers beat the Panthers in the first quarter by ten points (44-34). That's just to highlight two recent games. On November 11 the MATC Stormers played Silver Lake College Lakers and beat them by 8 points (87-79).
The MATC Stormers went on to beat the Gogebic Community College Samsons on November 12 (96-79). Now, I don't know what a Samson is, but that's a 17 point takeover.
"I like the look of things, our team chemistry is great," was Coach Randy Casey's final comment.
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