Nick Tolomeo's feature on the Elizabeth Forward girls' basketball team:
"At first glance, height seems to be the strength of the Elizabeth Forward High School girls' basketball team.
Watch this team play a full game, however, and its depth is what really stands out about this group.
Second-year coach Sam Kosanovich routinely goes 10 players deep and that depth is a major reason why the Warriors could have a chance to make a deep postseason run.
Through 11 games Elizabeth Forward is 10-1 overall and 3-0 in Section 4-AAA. It won the Southmoreland tip-off tournament title, outscoring Derry Area and Yough by a combined 118-24.
The Warriors traveled to Orlando, Fla. for the KSA Classic Tournament at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex. It went 2-1 playing a pair of teams from Florida and a team from Rhode Island. The Warriors also won their own holiday tournament, beating Class AAAA programs McKeesport and Norwin.
The Warriors have been doing it with a number of weapons."
(Photo: Junior forward Natalie Fekula, getting fouled by South Park's Breanna Raymond during a game last year, averages 10 points per game for Elizabeth Forward. John Heller/Post-Gazette.)