The girls freshman basketball team is ready for the season. The team won their first game against Churchill county on November 29.
The team is confident and ready.
“I personally think my team and I will do good this season,” said Shantel Bernal.
Bernal is keeping her hopes high and a good competitive spirit. Bernal’s goal for this season will take work but the team will fight to achieve it.
“I hope the freshman team will be undefeated this year,” said Bernal
The practices are staying on track and helping everyone with their skills. During practice they make sure to work on shooting, ball handling, offense and defense drills.
“Practices are going pretty good, Mr. Renteria is a good coach and helping us learn stuff that we might have not known,” said Bernal.
According to post Kayla Lininger, that practice is paying off already
"We all have been working hard at practice to win our first game. All the hard work showed during the game. Everyone did amazing and played hard. We won our first game," said Lininger.
Lininger added, "We did very well. We won our first game. We all made our shots and had lots of rebounds. Everyone worked very hard. It wasn't perfect but we will get there."
The team: Kinsey Albisu, Shantel Bernal, Lauren Fentress, Alexus Gomez, Jordan Hornbarger, Kayla Lininger, Lesley Martinez, Mackenzie Salas-Begay, Shanae Smith, Delanie Thompson, and Kayleen Urain.