Carlsbad Cavegirls have won a combined 55 games over the last two seasons. The Cavegirls (28-4 overall, 11-1 in district) have plenty of quick guards who can help on both ends of floor, and the front court is still fairly deep — front court was seven-deep this past season, and four of them will be back for 2017-2018. Gomez said the team has concentrated on pushing the pace at practice. With the loss of some height, Gomez said relying on their speed is going to be crucial moving into the season.
The Lady Falcons finished last season 16-14 overall, 5-5 in district. Lady Falcons have become consistently decent in girls hoops the last four years, with plenty of quick, scrappy guards. They have a solid defensive team, but have been known to miss easy chances to score. There's plenty of talent this season to make deep playoff runs, if they can overcome past confidence issues. Last season the Lady Falcons made it past the first round upsetting Pecos.
Falcons look to return to playoffs for third time in last four years. The team didn't make the playoffs in the last season, but had been making waves for the small school in prior seasons, after a dry run that began in the 1990s. The team however dealt with injuries and worked to strengthen their offense. Loving boys basketball finished their season 10-17 overall, 2-6 in district. Gary Carrasco is again taking the helm of the program; this is his fourth season as head coach.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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