By Matt Popchock
Okay, so head coach Dennis Squeglia didn’t get everything he wanted from his team, which is more fleet-footed than most. But his team did give everything anyone could ask for, and it gave him the most important thing: another gold medal.
“We like to run, and as I said to them today, I wanted to get 40 in transition, 20 from our guards, and 20 up front,” he said.
Although Seton-LaSalle fell short of that aggregate goal, the Rebels (25-0) got offense just about every way imaginable, and used that transition game to capture back-to-back WPIAL championships with a 73-60 win over section rival Bishop Canevin (21-5) in the girls’ Class AA Final at the A.J. Palumbo Center Friday afternoon.
“It’s tough to beat someone three times. We had to beat KO (Keystone Oaks) three times in the semis, and today we drew Canevin…
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