Unity blanked at Eisenhower

The Unity Rockets girls’ basketball team knew they were going to be in for a rough week at the inaugural Eisenhower Holiday Tournament in Decatur. In addition to being the smallest school in the six-team tournament by a more than 2-to-1 margin, the Rockets would be facing one of the top-ranked Class 3A girls’ teams in the state in Maple Park Kaneland, as well as good teams from Springfield Southeast, Champaign Central, Decatur MacArthur and the host Eisenhower Panthers. But goal for Unity during their five games at Eisenhower was to get an idea of how 3A basketball was played, since the Rockets will be competing in that class this postseason for the first time.

Read the full story in the Jan. 4 issue of The County Star.


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