Girls Basketball

Lady Warriors 2015 -16 team will be young again this season with new faces at the varsity and junior varsity level. We do have a lot of girls back this season which gives our young ladies a comfort level and confidence in our system along with an understanding of what we as coaches are looking at  from them in effort,attitudes, and skill development during the year. Our leadership and closeness of our team this season is one of the best we have had in our girls basketball program for awhile, the young ladies on our team have aWE over me attitude they all believe the team is the most important and the team comes before the individuals this is our girls basketball teams attitude for this season and a key to success in our Lady Warriors basketball program.  The Lady Warriors basketball teams for2015 -16 will be made up of 3-seniors, 1-junior, 3-sophomores,8-freshman, and 1-8thgrader.  Our defensive play will have to be a big focus for us as we grow as a team this season and the younger players get used to the intensity and speed of the way we want them to play in our program as we go through the season I expect our young ladies to step up to the challenges we will face this season like they always do.  The energy and enthusiasm by the young ladies in the gym this season for practice and workouts is contagious and fun to be around as players and coaches.  Our Lady Warriors are looking forward to this season and improving our skills everyday so we can be playing our best basketball in February and March.

 A BASKETBALL PLAYER

A basketball player can come in any size, shape, or color.  There is no common denominator except a love for the game and a desire to get the most out of her abilities.  She is not only proud of her strength, but understands her weaknesses.  She is concerned first with the good of her team and knows that individual recognition will come through team excellence.

A basketball player has the enthusiasm of an evangelist, the discipline of a monk, the heart of a warrior, and never loses the honestly and character of a small girl watching from the sidelines.

She appreciated the support of thousands of fans, but she is much more aware of the example she is setting for some small girls.  She is happy when she scores a basket but never forgets that a teammate threw her the ball.  While she never lets up at either end of the floor, the other team is not the real opponent; it is the full extent of her own potential that she is always playing against.  She lets the referees,with occasional assistance from her coach, do the officiating.

A basketball player is made not born.  She is constantly striving to reach her potential knowing that she will bypass other players who cannot withstand the strain for this quest of excellence.  She realizes that the challenges and competition of today's game will better prepare her for tomorrows world.  She knows that the true measure of her performance is not recorder in wins and losses but in how much of herself she has given to the game.

A basketball player never realizes when the odds are stacked against her.  She can only be defeated by a clock that happens to run out of time.  She is what a small girl wants to become and what an older woman can remember with great pride that she once was.

Lady Warriors 2015 - 16

Head Coach: Darin Spenst

Assistant Coach:  Nick Fletcher, Michelle Sokoloski
 
VARSITY
# Player Name Position Height Grade
3 Bailey Kleinschmidt G 5'3" 11
5 Anna Holter G 5'3" 10
11 Laci Kennedy
F
5'6" 8
13 Taylor Vandal
G
5'7" 10
14 Shayle Turner
F
5'11" 11
20 Sky Boucha
F
5'6" 9
21 Catherine Thompson G 5'3" 8
22 Alexis Syverson C 5'10" 9
23 Nikki Dalen G 5'6" 10
25 Sara Mcfarlane G
5'4" 9
30 Alyssa Clark
F
5'5" 11
33 Lydia Tessier
F 5'4" 8
50 Karen Khampanyavong
F 5'6" 9
55 Madison Pickar C 5'11" 9

 

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