Althoff's Kyliegh Vaught drives past a defender in a game last season. Vaught was the Crusaders’ leading scorer at 13.8 points per game and returns as a junior under first-year coach Nick Knolhoff.
Althoff's Kyliegh Vaught drives past a defender in a game last season. Vaught was the Crusaders’ leading scorer at 13.8 points per game and returns as a junior under first-year coach Nick Knolhoff. Zia Nizami znizami@bnd.com
Althoff's Kyliegh Vaught drives past a defender in a game last season. Vaught was the Crusaders’ leading scorer at 13.8 points per game and returns as a junior under first-year coach Nick Knolhoff. Zia Nizami znizami@bnd.com

Althoff’s first-year girls coach will work around losses to Crusaders’ roster

November 19, 2015 01:50 PM

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