By Matt DeGeorge
It’s not often that Chester enters the postseason on the heels of two losses in as many weeks. Though the Clippers are in familiar position with their No. 2 seed, their approach to the playoffs is slightly different, as has been the way they’ve viewed this entire “reloading” season.
For one, they enter off a serious wakeup call in a loss to Interboro 10 days ago that cost them a share of the Del Val title. The only consolation in that that loss is out of their system before win-or-go-home season rolls around.
“It reminds us that if we come out and don’t play our style and our game and let the other team make shots, we can be done,” Chester coach Larry Yarbray said.