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February 6, 2013

O'Hara beats Sacred Heart, first time in 22 years


Tonawanda News — "We knew (controlling the glass) would be key," he said. "That hurt us both games last year when they did some damage on us on the offensive glass. … I think, especially at the beginning of the game, it was pretty evident that was what our girls were trying to do."

Edwards is hoping this win will earn the Lady Hawks some respect, but said it's been an amazing experience playing with a team that's so unselfish.

"We just want to share the ball and get the win," she said. "People always say, 'How do you only play with eight players?' But of us eight nobody wants to come out. Everybody wants to play. It's really fun."

Contact sports editor Matt Parrino at 693-1000 ext. 4117 and find Tonawanda News sports on Twitter @tonanewssports.

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