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"I work hard to get to know families because having that partnership really helps kids do well," Connor said.
Connor, 33, has spent all of 2016 getting to know Walnut Grove Elementary as its new principal.
Ojeleye, a transfer from Duke, did most of his damage inside and at the foul line (7-of-8 on free throws), while the Horned Frogs (8-1) forced a season-low five turnovers from the Mustangs (7-3) in front of announced crowd of 6,997 (capacity: 7,000).
For Dixon, the contest proved eye-opening on several fronts as the Horned Frogs were outrebounded 34-31 and struggled to get into an offensive rhythm while shooting just 42.6 percent from the field (23-of-54).
TCU led only once, 3-1, and that advantage disappeared within 12 seconds. I don’t know if that was the hostile environment or not.
SMU never trailed again.“We got what we deserved,” Dixon said. But we looked like we didn’t know what we were doing offensively.”It did not help that two TCU starters, point guard Jaylen Fisher and guard/forward Kenrich Williams, battled foul trouble for much of the contest.
Connor then went back to school, earning a master's degree in educational leadership and his administrative credential from California State University, East Bay.
We just did not seem like we knew what we wanted to do, offensively and defensively.”SMU, meanwhile, executed a game plan that included large doses of Ojeleye inside (23 points, 7 inside) and timely strikes from guard Shake Milton from beyond the arc (17 points, 3-of-6 from long range). Parrish 1-2, Robinson 1-4, Miller 0-1, Trent 0-2), SMU 5-16 (Milton 3-6, Ojeleye 2-7, Froling 0-1, Foster 0-2).
A turnover-prone team in earlier games, SMU had only five.
Connor's approach to being an educator has involved a great deal of learning.
Early into his career, Connor had already taught kindergarten through sixth grade since he wanted to learn how each class level worked.