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Hannah Laub Dropping Dimes

We’re back on the hardwood for the Play of the Week for the girls basketball regional semifinal and Waubonsie’s Hannah Laub shows off her playmaking skills. Presented by Trunnell Insurance.

Plainfield North welcomes Waubonsie Valley and East Aurora girls basketball for the regional semifinal round of the postseason. The fifth-seeded Warriors look to get back to the regional final against the 12th seeded Tomcats.

Taylor Curry knocks the ball away from behind, which goes right to Laub and she throws a beautiful outlet pass on the money to Curry who lays it in for the and one. As we look at it again, you can see the accuracy Hannah Laub puts on the pass, hitting her teammate right in the hands. She’s not just a bucket getter. She can also dish out the assists.

The Warriors took down East Aurora before moving on to the regional championship where they defeated Plainfield North to win their first regional championship since 2012.

Each week the NCTV17 sports team selects a boy and girl Play of the Week from the high school sports competitions we cover. Those plays are then eligible for our Play of the Month competition in which you, our viewers, can vote for your favorite.

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