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"We are competing every possession,” Rohrer said. “We are defending so hard. We are really getting a better understanding — kind of on the fly — on what we’re trying to do offensively. Honestly, the next step is we got to get in shape.”
Raiders coach Mark Rohrer was frank in calling the first half the poorest he has ever seen his team play since arriving at Southridge, but he commended the players in fighting back in the second half to give themselves a chance to steal the win.