Girls Advance to bi-district

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Girls Advance to bi-district

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The Ladycats have ended their district season with a record of 6-1 in district**head coach Amy Huseman said she feels very optimistic about the future after district.

“I’m very proud of our girl’s effort this season,” Coach Huseman said. “They have really stepped up and played at a higher level.”

Playoff expectations are extremely high for the team,  senior Sierra Mooney said.

“I think we have a very strong team this year,” Mooney said. “We have a good shot at going deeper in the playoffs this year compared to previous years. We know how to stay calm and just play. It has been a lot of fun this year and I think it’s because we have taken it one game at a time. We are relaxed and play at the best of our abilities.”

The girls do have some weaker areas to improve on before moving on through the post district season” said senior Hannah Mays.

“We need to work on finishing our passes,” Mays said. “I also think that we need to focus on finishing the game strong and making every last second count. Those are the most crucial moments especially when the score is close. Every pass and shot means the difference of winning and losing.”

Assistant coach Julie Castles said she is confident in the girls abilities to handle the pressure of playoffs.

“We are led by a large senior group who has a lot of experience in tough situations,” coach Castles said. “As of right now we are 2nd in the district and I am very confident that we will secure the runner up position. “

The Ladycats will compete against Poolville in the second round of the playoffs at Graham on Friday.

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