RICHMOND – Inconsistency continues to be an issue for Richmond’s varsity girls basketball team, coach Chad Snyder, post player Taya Weber and junior guard Ava Murphy agreed after Monday’s 47-41 loss to Bishop LeBlond of St. Joseph.

“We have good games, we have bad games,” Murphy said. “We have good quarters, bad quarters. We can’t get four (good) quarters together right now.”

Areas where Snyder wants to see more consistency include the Spartans’ passing and movement off the ball. He observed inconsistency in those two areas during the opening-round loss to LeBlond in the Richmond Winter Classic.

“At times, we … (moved) well and we passed the ball well,” he said. “When we don’t move … that causes us to have problems passing the ball – and, therefore, we struggle. … We struggle to score anyway. But if we don’t move the ball – together, as a unit, as a cohesive unit – then … we’re going to struggle.”

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