KINGSTON — Every time Oneida needed a big play, someone stepped up to make a big play.
That was the theme of Friday’s District 3-A showdown here, as the Lady Indians knocked off previously unbeaten Midway 57-46 to help confuse the tone of the way the conference appeared to be setting up in the early season.
Ultimately, the game was a story of which team could shoot the ball and which couldn’t. With Oneida’s zone defense taking away Midway’s post game, the Green Wave were forced to settle for long shots and could not make them, finishing with a 29 percent shooting percentage that included just one of 22 from 3-point range. On the other end, Oneida shot 54 percent, including 50 percent from 3-point range.To continue reading, please subscribe to the Independent Herald. If you are already a subscriber, email email@example.com with the name and address to which your newspaper is mailed to receive login credentials. If you are a subscriber who is logged in and believe you are seeing this message in error, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 423-569-6343.
The complete story can be found in the December 14, 2017 print edition of the Independent Herald.