The South Christian girls are thankful to have 5-8 point guard Sydney Cleary back for her junior season, after she suffered a knee injury playing soccer last spring. (Brian Forde | Advance Newspapers)CUTLERVILLE – Last season, the South Christian girls basketball was hit by a number of injuries. While those injuries held the Sailors back, several players on this year’s squad picked up valuable experience that will pay dividends this winter.
Martin sophomore forward Faith Guritz was the top vote getter for all-conference honors last winter as a freshman, averaging 16 points and 9 rebounds per game. (Supplied photo)MARTIN – One of the youngest teams in the area, by far, last season, plenty of excitement surrounds the Martin girls basketball team this winter. A total of seven freshmen were on the Martin girls squad last season. While extremely young, the Clippers were talented and ended the season with a 9-13 record.
A 6-foot senior center, Meghan Schulz, right, is a two-time all-conference player who averaged 12.1 points, 13.4 rebounds, and 4 blocked shots per game for the Hopkins girls basketball team last winter. (Brian Forde | Advance Newspapers)HOPKINS – With the return of some solid front-court players, prospects are looking up for the Hopkins girls basketball team this season.
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