Brenna Hackman battled for a rebound during a game played against Tripoli earlier this season.

N-P girls drop a pair of Top of Iowa games

Josh Smith knows the record — or even the recent scores — might not say it, but the Nashua-Plainfield girls basketball coach sees progress in his team, despite an eight-game losing streak that has dropped the Huskies to 1-10 overall and 1-7 in Top of Iowa Conference East Division play.

“I think we have a lot of individuals that have come a long way,” Smith said after his team fell to Central Springs 39-13 and West Fork 60-16 last week, “and have gotten a lot better feel for what we’re trying to do. Defensively our intensity has picked up as a result of the confidence and knowledge in what we’re running.”

The issue, as it has been all season long, is Nashua-Plainfield’s penchant for turnovers. The Huskies are averaging 33.3 a game, and Smith said one thing he’d like his girls to focus on in the latter parts of the season is to relax.

More on the story may be found in the Jan. 10 Reporter.

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