A season to remember for Farmington girls basketball

A season to remember for Farmington girls basketball

It's just that bond we had.

For two of the nine seniors on the Bulldogs' roster, the drive will come from even more than just being upperclassmen.

In her first full-time season on the varsity team, Portage sophomore McKena Yelk established herself as one of the better players in the Badger North Conference this season. She also partipated in volleyball through her junior year.

Both Clayton and Carpentier agreed that the team's weaknesses this year revolved around turnovers and decision making.

"When I was a freshman the upper classmen really kind of introduced me to the game and made me feel comfortable around them. Best I've ever worked with", Curtiss said. I work on my game nearly 24/7. "I'm tearing up just talking about it because it means so much to me". "She can see things not all players can see". “We want the kids that are going to be here and work hard.”. "I watch what I eat". "Looking at ideal matchups, we're going to go with what we've done". "I think I can bring a lot of team atmosphere to the talent that's here".

She says this behavior not only turns coaches away, but also some players as well.

"She tries to do whatever she can to help the team be successful".

Shannon will play next fall at Hanover, her college choice.

"But I don't want to be known as Larry Brown and moving around all the time", Curtiss said.

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Between the two of them, they have coached boys and girls of all ages from 3rd grade through the end of high school, both in after school programs and AAU programs. And I think that's your self-check.

In high school, opponents' game plans centered around slowing her down, but the extra defensive pressure didn't faze her. "I have complete faith in my teammates". Yellow Jacket fans are hoping that one of those players has left a lasting impact.

A 12-year veteran of the sport who was playing T-ball at age 4 and travel ball by 9, Lucchetti said she enjoys the thrill of being in the batter's box, where getting a hit is up to her and her alone. But when I got here, everyone was great, including the captains.

"Each year we've tried to make this a more competitive tournament", DeKalb coach Patrick Hamilton said. That was just her playing the game, just her trying to get our team a win. I am at full strength. "We have lots of solid players and we look forward to the offseason workouts and helping these kids develop".

"For the time that we had with the boys, we were happy and really enjoyed going to the rink every day".

Lapel isn't in a conference. His teams reached the state tournament seven out of eight years, capturing a Cape Ann League title in his first season. Then attention will turn to the sectional where again the county nemesis Alexandria will be the big obstacle. "All these other teams are like we are".

"These seniors have been a big part of our success as a program over the years", Judd said.

"We still have more work to do on our passing and ball handling", Judd said. A small scoring run in the second set allowed them to get back in the match and earn the 6-3 victory.