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To compensate for a lack of change at the top of the boys basketball landscape as the 2012-2013 season begins, the girls basketball world might pick up the slack.
Once again, Hamilton's girls basketball team played itself even with powerhouse St. Mary's.
Monday's beginning to the girls basketball state tournament quarterfinals featured a Hamilton girls basketball team which looked as if it had been here before, had played in a college backdrop at Wells Fargo Arena more than once. The Huskies came out running, gunning and rebounding in its victory over a quick but inexperienced Avondale Westview squad.
Hamilton coach Jeff Kain,left, talks to Alexa Hogberg during the first half of play against Westview, Monday, Feb. 18, 2013 at Wells Fargo Arena in Tempe. Hamilton beat Westview by a score of 48 to 29 to advance to the semi-finals. [Tim Hacker/Tribune]
Chill out and relax.
Two minutes left in overtime, and Hamilton was down by five.
When you play a grueling three games in three days, fundamentals are key. Having a wheeling-and-dealing threat like Brea Olinda (Calif.) point guard Anna Kim certainly came in handy.
Though it'll never be official, St. Mary's girls basketball team's national championship quest was completed in typical Knights' fashion: A runaway.
No. 3 St. Mary's vs. No. 6 Hamilton
Luckily for the Hamilton girls basketball team, the state tournament isn’t about style points.
Hamilton coach Jeff Kain watches as his team takes on Tolleson in the quarter finals of the Division I State Tournament, Monday, Feb. 20, 2012 at Wells Fargo Arena.
For a school that's never been this far, the Hamilton postgame locker room was eerily silent.
Hamilton coach Jeff Kain watches as his team takes on Tolleson in the quarter finals of the Division I State Tournament, Monday, Feb. 20, 2012 at Wells Fargo Arena on the campus of ASU. [Tim Hacker/ Tribune]
It was a rare day for Hamilton's girls basketball team.
A small corner of Red Mountain's gym chanted Lauren Evans' name as she hobbled off the court toward the Hamilton locker room.
The top of the Division I girls basketball scene will have a familiar look this season, as many of the top six seeds from last year's 5A Division I state tournament have significant talent returning.
For Seton Catholic’s Theresa Wirth, choosing a college wasn’t easy.
When the buzzer sounded, both Mountain View and Hamilton stormed the court. The Toros in celebration, the Huskies with proverbial smoke coming out of their ears.
Lauren Evans kept shooting and Chelsea Pullam did the rest.
Chandler senior forward Je Zhe Newton stands tall at 6-foot-2, and stood up in a big way against the neighborhood rival.
Here we go again. Another case of a player refusing to listen to the coach.
This much is clear about girls basketball: Every one of the big schools is chasing St. Mary’s.
After an eight-hour road trip the night before, a five-point deficit with 38 seconds left wasn't going to keep Chandler down.
Hamilton girls basketball coach Jeff Kain could have done without the heartburn, but a win is the most important thing in the end, especially this time of year