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Lincoln-Way East’s Olivia Molnar drives to the basket against Lincoln-Way Central on Thursday, Jan. 16, in New Lenox. Molnar scored 17 points in the Griffins’ 42-31 loss. Steve Millar/22nd Century Media
Steve Millar, Sports Editor
5:09 pm CST January 17, 2020

Lincoln-Way East expected to be challenged by a stingy Lincoln-Way Central defense on Thursday, Jan. 16, but the Griffins certainly could not have imagined being held to seven field goals in the game.

“The ball didn’t go in too often,” East coach Jim Nair said. “It was a little frustrating, the girls got frustrated. We did a little bit better in the second half as far as the angles we were attacking, but Lincoln-Way Central did a good job defending some of our key girls, and we didn’t step up.”