Archive - Feb 16, 2012 - Sports Article
With a spot in the Association of Independent Institutions conference tournament on the line in the last two games of the year, Valley City State University coach Jill DeVries entered Wednesday's game against Dickinson State University hoping to see a little fire from her team.
Although the Vikings showed sparks early in the first half, it wasn't until the second half that those sparks turned into something real, erupting into a 34-3 run in the second half, which gave the Vikings a 77-51 win.
Valley City State University mens basketball coach Jeff Kaminsky didn't have many problem's with his team's efforts trying to make up a large deficit in the second half of Wednesday's 74-65 home loss to Dickinson State University.
What bothered him was that his team trailed 38-20 at the end of the first half.
"We allowed a team that was basically playing a very saggy defense to dictate the tempo and slow us down," Kaminsky said. "We changed that in the second half, but it shouldn't take halftime to do that. That's what disappointed me.