WW South only allowed four points in the first quarter, and just seven overall in the first half. The Falcons (15-10, 8-3) had more turnovers (13) than points (seven) or field goals attempted (nine) in the first half.
Jeff Kratz, who added 14 points, said he thinks talking and coming out with energy proved to be vital in his team getting, and staying ahead.
“I just thought were everywhere tonight,” Kratz said. “We knew hands and feet, you know, that we had to move our feet to stay in front of them and get hands up on shooters. I think those two things, and just communicating and constantly talking to each other. I feel like we did a great job of that and knew where every one of their guys was all night.”