Plainfield South holds off Joliet West

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Plainfield South girls basketball coach Leah Carter is prepared to get a little crazy. Her Cougars took the first step Tuesday toward getting her to dye her hair blue.

“If we can get to 12 wins, which is our goal, I’ll dye my hair blue, I’ll do crazy things for these girls,” Carter said following South’s exciting if not particularly artistic 43-39 season-opening victory over visiting Joliet West.


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