Harper Women Travel to Rock Valley for Court Date with Playoff Implications

By Rademacher, Susan | Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL), February 18, 1996 | Go to article overview

Harper Women Travel to Rock Valley for Court Date with Playoff Implications


Rademacher, Susan, Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL)


Byline: Susan Rademacher Daily Herald Correspondent

The Harper women's basketball team will travel to Rockford Tuesday to take on Rock Valley for a spot in the Region IV playoffs.

Harper and Rock Valley finished conference play with 3-7 records. The winner of the game will hit the road to play the Chaparrals of the College of DuPage Feb. 24.

Coach Jennifer Jensen is confident that her team is up to the challenge.

"They play a slow tempo game," Jensen said. "We seem to fare better against a team like this."

The Hawks came out on top with a 67-62 decision when they met Rock Valley at Harper on Feb. 10.

"We had five or six passes before each shot. We finally were patient. If we work the ball around, the shots will come," Jensen said.

Denise Hengels (Wheeling) and Christa Rommel (Hoffman Estates) led Harper in scoring against Rock Valley with 17 points each. Doubles were in style that night as freshmen Christine Bianchin (Schaumburg) and Nicole Herring (Palatine) both scored 13 points.

Herring, who likes to camp out at the 3-point line, sank a total of nine 3-pointers in games against Rock Valley and Illinois Valley.

"She was 5 for 10 from 3-point land," Jensen said. "I'll take that."

Harper lost the game at Illinois Valley 72-60 despite a 22-point effort from Hengels. …

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