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“We started a little rough because we lost to Lisle in a tough game and we definitely bounced back from that,” Feiza said. “Winning three games was huge. Senior year, it’s a great way to end it.”
A year prior, Feiza also led Kaneland in scoring averaging 9.8 points per game – but the team went just 1-3 at Plano. This season, Feiza more than doubled his scoring average with 20 points per game for the tournament.
He spoke about how his role has changed from year to year.
“This year I’ve become more of our main scorer,” Feiza said. “So the mindset of knowing that’s my role has forced me to change my game.”