To play for the Neumann-Goretti girls' basketball team means to be in a constant state of motion.
On defense, the Saints use quick feet to slide and get in help position, while their hands relentlessly badger the opposing player. Those same hands tip countless passes, ensuring that no passing lane is safe.
On the offensive end, the Saints move well off the ball and need only a couple of dribbles to get enough space for an open shot.
In other words, the Saints are go-go-go right from the tipoff.
You would have been hard-pressed Saturday to find a moment - other than a timeout or trip to the foul line - when a Neumann-Goretti player was caught flat-footed, as The Inquirer's top-ranked team in Southeastern Pennsylvania continued its unbeaten streak by defeating second-ranked Archbishop Wood, 55-38.