Posted On: 01/31/20 11:34 AM

Ever since the inception of the three-point line over 30 years ago, the outside game has replaced the dire need to have that dominant post player to be able to compete. While nobody will turn down the chance to feed the ball into a 6-foot-3 dominant force in the paint, it has become more prevalent that a deadly three-point shooter is making the big difference in many games around the state of Ohio.

As we close out January, I will take a look at some of the long-range threats that preside in the Dayton area, and who to go see through the tournament who will do the damage from behind the arc.

Kenna Gray, 5-7 and Liv Reittinger, 5-6 Bethel

This is a guard duo who can open a game up quickly if they get hot from beyond the arc. Both are deadly from deep range, and both have the ability to bust open a zone. Gray is a quick shooter with a fast release from the three while Reittinger is a kid who can also get it going. I saw both of them have big games from behind the arc, including Reittinger opening a recent game against Miami East

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