Fergus Falls Otters have a dominating seasonFergus Falls, MN (WDAY TV) -- Nearly as dominant as the Jacks have been in college, that's what Fergus Falls has done on the high school level.
By: WDAY Staff Reports, WDAY
Fergus Falls, MN (WDAY TV) -- Nearly as dominant as the Jacks have been in college, that's what Fergus Falls has done on the high school level.
The girls ripped thru the regular season to the tune of a 26-0 record and will play tomorrow night for a shot in the section final.
The biggest key for the domination has been defense, the Otters have allowed 50 points or less in 18 of their last 19 games.
Anna Monke says, "There is just a point were it is expected and finally every girl on the team it's just expected to play well defensively. That's just a good blessing to have with people on your help side that know what they are doing."
Brad Strand, Fergus Falls Head Coach, says, "Rebounding and our athleticism on our rotations I think has really come along and that's probably the biggest reason for that. Are we better than I thought we could be I'm not sure but we are really starting to understand the whole defensive system."
Fergus will play Sartell tomorrow night in the section semis at MSU Moorhead.