Like I said - she has played in extremely hot and humid weather for softball. But you do not expect it in the dead of winter in a gym playing basketball. All I know is it seemed everyone was commenting about how hot it was. During a time out - we were chatting with the refs and they were saying how hot it was.
The coach is another whole issue. He is really a nice guy, but he definately is not in tuned with the girls and coaching (at least competitively). He is the coach that likes everyone to have fun. He runs a very lax program - but it is supposed to be a competitive league. As a result the team (for lack of a better term) stinks. That is why my daughter plays so much because she is the only one conditioned to play that long.
As we are "committed" to finishing this out through March and she loves the game, I will continue taking her to practices and games, but I will keep my eyes on her. I also spoke with her and let her know to tell her coach she needs to be taken out if she starts to feel sick again. She continued playing even though she felt sick and felt she would puke. It is her competitiveness. She finally did tell him when he was changing players in and out, but was going to continue to leave her in.
I may be an overconcerned parent, but I keep thinking if she didn't finally say something she could have passed out.