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Pullman players show great transitional offense at Pullman/Moscow border rivalry

Pullman players show great transitional offense at Pullman/Moscow border rivalry
PULLMAN, WA - We've seen plenty of L-C Valley rivalries, so how about a good 'ol fashioned Palouse rivalry as both the girls and guys of Moscow High took the eight mile trip to Pullman to take on the Greyhounds.

We'll start with the girls as Anne Mari Petrino crosses over a few times, finally getting it into the hands of Becca Wickard who drops the three, nice shot.

Other side of the court now, hey, isn't that this weeks' P1FCU "Prep Athlete of the Week" Kim Sprenger? Yes it is, and she sinks the three.

Pullman's Madi Mueller on a fastbreak, but she can't hit, and we see some great transitional offense from Moscow as Ashley Engberg drops the bucket. But despite her efforts it would be the home team Pullman who takes this one 52-33.

We now join the boys game, same teams, and check out this cross court pass from Adam Gresch to Alec Martin, swish, hits the three-ball.

Now talking about Pullman's David Ungerer breaking ankles, what a move to get to the basket and the easy lay in. But it's not just him here as he starts off the beautiful Greyhound passing, hits three different players before ending up in the hands of Joe Kurle for the easy lay in.

And Pullman completes the guy and girl sweep as the boys get the easy win, they take it 78-56.
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