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Page 20 9.1pglT ' :1 Te r - February 22, 2012 Photo by Sean C. Morgan Huskies Nicole Bell, right, and Jade Corliss reach for a rebound against Junction City opponents. m Girls From page 18 said. "I wasn't frustrated with our lack of effort." The team's small size made rebounding a constant and critical battle. "A lot of times, it took all five rebounding all the time," he said. The team also didn't have the defensive stops it needed, he said, and that's part of the team's goals. In the off season, Robinson wants to try to build the team's athleticism so it can rebound better and get the stops, he said. Where the team was starting to shine was getting good looks even against good man-to-man defense, he said. Against La Pine, Kendell Anderson and Megan Rubidoux led scoring with 13 points each, while Annie Whitfield scored 12 in a single quarter. He appreciates all the time and effort the girls put into their game, their good attitudes and the hard work they put in all season, he said. Trevor Bulman-Jutte scores a bucket against Junction City Thursday night at home. The Hus- kies lost the game 60-55 in overtime. The Huskies held a lead through most of the second half but Junction City closed the deficit and scored with a second left in the game to go to overtime, ending the Huskies' season. The Huskies defeated La Pine on the road on 67-53 Feb. 14. Check out Huskies hoops photos at sweethomenews.com Photo by Sean C. Morgan