Depth helps Hun win second straight in boys' basketball
Bob Nuse; The Princeton Packet
Jonathan Stone is in his 19th year as the head coach of the Hun School boys’ basketball team and he’s never had a deeper team than the one he is coaching this year.
The Raiders go 12 players deep in their rotation, getting contributions from all of them when they are playing at their best. That was the case Wednesday as their depth helped wear down Pennington on the way to a 57-44 victory on the road.
“We’re such a unique team,” Stone said after his team improved to 3-4 with the win. “We’re the deepest team I have ever had. Trying to find the right combination is really hard for me some nights.”
Stone spent the night mixing and matching his players on the floor and in the end the Raiders found a way to pull away. They led, 40-37, early in the fourth quarter before scoring 10 straight points to open up a 13-point lead on the way to their second straight win.
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