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3 in a row for girls’ basketball

The girls’ basketball team beat the Frisco Raccoons 60-17 on Tuesday night, bringing their District 9-5A record to 3-0.

The girls’ basketball team beat the Frisco Raccoons 60-17 on Tuesday night, bringing their District 9-5A record to 3-0.

Carter Brock

The girls’ basketball team beat the Frisco Raccoons 60-17 on Tuesday night, bringing their District 9-5A record to 3-0.

Carter Brock

Carter Brock

The girls’ basketball team beat the Frisco Raccoons 60-17 on Tuesday night, bringing their District 9-5A record to 3-0.

Aaron Boehmer, Sports Editor

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Three games, three wins for the girls’ basketball team as they brought home a 60-17 win against the Frisco Racoons on Tuesday night, bringing their District 9-5A record to 3-0.

“We played well and easily executed offensively and defensively,” senior Makenzi Glover said. “As a team we excel at working together and playing as a team. So we should continue to be selfless with the ball, yet know our role on the court and be willing to take open shots.”

Looking ahead, head coach Ross Reedy anticipates that implementing new facets into the girls’ play will lead to further success.   

“As the season progresses, we will work on putting in new things and developing new aspects to what we do offensively, defensively, our lineups, our personnel, stuff like that,” Reedy said. “And so that’s what we’re most looking forward to.”

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Aaron Boehmer is a sophomore and in his second year of working on the Wingspan staff. He is also in his second year of playing for the school’s soccer...

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