helping the girls program come along.
We won because of our depth.
It makes a great difference if you have parents who are supportive. It is a very expensive sport and it takes a lot of time, and if you don't have the support at home I don't know if there's any way you could become a good player.
Brittany is a lot stronger. Her swing is more consistent. She's getting to a good place in her backswing. She struggles around the green some, but her chipping has improved.
Excellent. It's a good group, ... We won last weekend (at the Decatur Eisenhower Cleveland Invitational) and shot 311 and 320. Those are good scores. It was ideal conditions. But the kids played well. The second day we had three girls in the 70s.
We didn't have a single stop or rebound in the first quarter. We changed our defense, did a good job of staying in front of the ball and were able to stop their penetration in the second quarter. Our first substitution rotation seemed to help as well.
I don't talk about winning nine straight. All I talk to the kids about is trying to get over their bad shots, putting them behind quickly and keeping on an even keel emotionally. We're not as strong mentally as we need to be to play when the rain is coming sideways and it's cold, but we're pretty far along.