Oswego East runs past Metea Valley
Oswego East grabbed a rebound, and head coach Abe Carretto immediately yelled “go, go, go.”It’s a command Riley Doggett and the Wolves don’t have to be told twice.“We definitely like to push the pace,” said Doggett, Oswego East’s junior guard. “We like to get out there and do our thing. We don’t like to slow things down so other teams can play their pace.”The Wolves certainly dictated that tempo Tuesday morning at the Oswego East Holiday Classic, and Metea Valley simply couldn’t keep up. Oswego East had eight steals and forced 13 turnovers in the first half alone to forge a 22-point halftime lead, and coasted to a 59-24 win.