Kidder County girls basketball needs to tighten up its defense, according to head coach Dan Welder.
The team is 5-3 and put put together a strong showing early this season at the New Salem-Almont Invitational.
Since then the Wolves have flip-flopped between wins and losses.
Senior and scoring leader Grace Benz said that in order to keep a winning streak going, their defensive play will have improve.
We’re going to have to keep our defense rolling,” Benz said. “We’ve been known for defense for many years. We have to keep that going because that’s what’s going to help us win games.”
The Wolves are off until Jan.9, when they’ll hit the road to play Strasburg-Zeeland.