TRACK & FIELD
Lady Tiger Basketball News
December 5, 2013Worth County High School
2013 - 2014 Lady Tiger Basketball News
Albany Tournament : 12/02/13 - 12/07/13
King City 61 , Worth County 42
Worth County- 8 12 9 13 -42
King City- 11 18 21 11 -61
T. Andrews 2, Kristen Andrews 11, Thummel 2, Claire Andrews 11, Adwell 3, Funk 4, Davidson 5, Troutwine 4. Totals: 18 5-14 42. 3-point field goals: 1, (Adwell). Fouled out: none.
Eiberger 2, Hill 5, Heine 3, Morgan Miller 20, Hannah Wood 29, Stapleton 2. Totals: 23 15-21 61. 3-point field goals: none. Fouled out: none.
Polo 65 , Worth County 34
Polo- 14 27 16 9 -65
Worth County- 8 12 2 12 -34
Danielle Allen 12, Tabitha Poje 10, Adriana Seger 15, Sidney Copeland 12, Jones 5, Jennifer Farmar 4, Rains 5, Jessica Farmar 2, Hailee Curp 1. Totals: 25 13-21 65. 3-point field goals: 3, (Poje 2, Copeland 1). Fouled out: none.
Kristen Andrews 4, Sidney Thummel 11, Claire Andrews 11, Davidson 5, Schottel 1. Totals: 11 10-22 34. 3-point field goals: 2, (C. Andrews 2). Fouled out: none.
Lady Tiger Basketball News 2012-2013
vs. Jefferson 2/19
The 7th seeded lady tigers finished the 2012-2013 basketball season with a loss to the 2nd seeded Jefferson eagles in the district tournament. Smyser lead the team with nine points.
Final score: Worth County 28, Jefferson 58
vs. Pattonsburg 2/15
The lady tigers played well in the first half of their game against Pattonsburg on February 15. The tigers were tied most of the first half until the end of the second quarter, when they allowed Pattonsburg to go on a nine point scoring run. When the tigers started the second half they tried to chip back into the game, but they were unable to make it close.
Final score: Worth County 33, Pattonsburg 54
vs. Stanberry 2/12
The lady tigers picked up their second conference win of the season against the Stanberry bulldogs on senior night. The tigers previously had lost to Stanberry twice-- one game by one point, and another by fourteen points. The rivalry between the teams motivated the tigers to come out strong in the first quarter. The tigers scored seven points before letting Stanberry score. The first quarter set the tone for the rest of the game. The tigers outscored the bulldogs in all four quarters. Seniors Haven Schottel, Kacey Smyser, and Rebecca Moore were recognized after the game.
Final score: Worth County 46, Stanberry 34
vs. North Harrison 2/11
Despite a three point lead at half time the tigers, were unable to come away with a win against North Harrison. The tigers went cold in the third quarter, causing them to lose their lead and get down twelve points. In the fourth quarter the lady tigers made a huge come back, scoring ten points in one minute, and decreasing North Harrison's lead to two points. In the end this effort was not enough. The tigers got in foul trouble and were never able to bridge the gap between their opponents and themselves.
Final score: Worth County 47, North Harrison 54
vs. Polo 2/8
The lady tigers traveled two hours to Polo only to lose to the 17-5 record team. The tigers showed improvement from the previous game against Bethany by playing more as a team, scoring over 40 points.
vs. Bethany 2/5
Symser's 14 points and C. Andrews's 10 points were unable to stop the Bulldog offense during their matchup on Tuesday night. The tigers forced many turnovers, but were unable capitalize on the other end.
Final score: Worth County 34, Bethany 70
vs. Ridgeway 2/4
Worth County was able to pick up a thirty-eight point win against the Ridgeway owls, increasing the total number of wins for the tigers to six. All the tigers had a part in this win, with 10 of the 11 members scoring at least one point.This was also first running clock win the lady tigers have had since 2007.
Final score: Worth County 57, Ridgeway 19
vs. Princeton 2/1
Courtwarming was held on February 1, 2012, against the Princeton tigers. The Worth County tigers played a tough game, but they had a slow start. The girls were down eight points at half-time and they were able to hold Princeton to that lead the entire game, but they were unable to decrease Princeton's lead.
Final score: Worth County 49, Princeton 57
vs. Maysville 1/29
Final score: Worth County 37, Maysville 70
vs. Albany 1/25
Final score: Worth County 57, Albany 46
vs. Nodaway Holt 1/21
The lady tigers were able to pick up another win against Nodaway Holt. The girls played a tough game from beginning to end, and were happy to end their three game losing streek and improve their season record to 4-11.
Final score: Worth County 53, Nodaway Holt 35
vs. Braymer 1/18
The tigers lost a close one to the bobcats after a two and a half hour ride to Braymer. They will play Nodaway Holt tonight at Worth County.
vs. King City 1/15
Worth County was unable to cut down on turnovers in their loss to the wildcats. At one point late in the game the lady tigers were down four points, but they were never able to get any closer. Sydney Thummel and Claire Andrews lead in points (9).
Final score: Worth County 34, King City 43
vs. Stanberry 1/11
The lady tigers did not adjust well to Stanberry's defense in their second loss to the bulldogs. The Tigers put out a good defensive effort, allowing Stanberry to only score 40 points, but they were unable to capitalize on the offensive end.
Final score: Worth County 26, Stanberry 40
vs. South Nodaway 1/9
Lady tigers were able cut down on their own turnovers, while capitializing on South Nodaway turnovers during their win over South Nodaway. The tigers started the game off slow. At half time they were down one point, but at the end third quarter the tigers were up seven.
All the tigers showed good effort, with every player on their bench entering the game. Final score: Worth County 36, South Nodaway 29
vs. North Andrew 1/7
Though the score did not show it, the lady tigers showed much improvement from the first time they played North Andrew. They came out strong in the first half, getting down only 7 points at half-time, but were unable to adjust to North Andrew's zone in the second half.
Smyser lead the team in points (15) and rebounds (12), giving her a double double. Finial score: Worth County 46, North Andrew 66
vs. North Nodaway
North Nodaway 14 14 15 14 -57
Worth County 10 5 7 14 -36
Claire Andrews 14, Haven Schottel 10, Moore 7, Smyser 2, Andrews 2, Thummel 1. Totals: 14 5-14 36. 3-point field goals: 3, (Schottel 2, Moore). Fouled out: none
Final score, North Nodaway 57, Worth County 36
vs. Stanberry 11/30
The Lady Tigers played Stanberry Friday night in the Albany Tournament. The Tigers were up and winning but with some negative calls on the Tigers, Stanberry ended the game with a Bulldog victory. The final score: Stanberry 33, WoCo 32
vs. Albany 11/28
The Tigers won against Albany on Wednesday night. They played at 6:15 and in the 1st half, they lady tigers were down. They managed to come back to the top in the 2nd half and make their first win of the season.
vs. Princeton 11/27
The Lady Tigers lost their first game in the Albany Tournament, 34-69.
Worth County 6 11 10 7 -34
Princeton 22 14 21 12 -69
Kacey Smyser 22, Schottel 9, Thummell 3. Totals: 13 8-18 34. 3-point field goals: none. Fouled out: none
The Lady Tigers had their first practice 10/29. With 11 on the squad under new coaches Bryce Schafer and Josh Smith. The team returns all players from last year's squad except for Elizabeth Novak who moved to Gower. Additionally the Ladies aquire 4 new freshmen. As practice gets under way the team focues on getting into basketball shape while learning the new program.
Lady Tiger Basketball News 2011-2012
Districts: Versus Nodaway Holt 2/27 6:00PM @ West Nodaway
The 7th seed Lady Tigers faced the 2nd seed Nodaway Holt Trojans in round 1 of Districts at West Nodaway. The Lady Tigers went into the game knowing that N. Holt scored the majority of their points in the fast break and had one key scorer to stop. Despite their efforts the Lady Tigers were unable to slow down N. Holt in the fast break or Rosenbohm who ended the game with 31pts. The Tigers had their best season in 4 years ending the season with 5 wins and having at 5 other games that were decided in the final minutes. The Lady Tigers will return all players next year and add in some eigth graders to their squad.
Worth County 9 13 12 15 - 49
Nodaway-Holt 22 16 23 12 - 73
Worth County: Schottel 4, Elizabeth Novak 18, K. Andrews 5, Thummel 2, C. Andrews 2, Smyser 2, Moore 4, Davidson 8, Mullock 4 . Totals: 17 10-26 49. 3-point field goals: 5, (Novak 5). Fouled out: none.
Nodaway-Holt: Megan Rosenbohm 31, Lance 8, Gallagher 6, Brown 2, Plummer 2, O’Riley 6, Krysten Beattie 18. Totals: 29 12-16 73. 3-point field goals: 3, (Rosenbohm 2, O’Riley). Fouled out: none.
North Harrison (L)
Tigers ice cold on last home game. The Lady Tigers shot 20% Monday night in their last home game against the Lady Shamrocks. The Tigers got a lot of good looks but making 1 out of every 5 shot gave the win to the Shamrocks. The Lady Tigers will go up against Nodaway Holt in Districts, Monday 2/27 at 6:00PM at West Nodaway.
Owls win from the line. The Lady Tigers were slow to start Friday night against the Ridgeway Owls and were never able to complete adjust to the refs. Depsite obtaining the lead late in the 4th quarter the Tigers fouled the Owls late in the game and shot the ball quickly depsite having the lead with 40 seconds left in the game. Final score was 33-35.
Worth County 2 11 11 9 - 33
Ridgeway 11 5 9 10 - 35
Worth County Schottel 2, Novak 3, Trummel 2, Claire Andrews 10, Smyler 6, Buffington 2, Davidson 8. Totals: 11 10-19 33. 3-point field goals: 1, (Novak). Fouled out: Mullock.
Ridgeway (7-16, 2-5 HDC) Kaylen Carlson 15, Natasha Selby 13, Huddleston 4, Bradley 3. Totals: 12 9-12 35. 3-point field goals: 2, (Carlson, Selby). Fouled out: none.
Tigers put together their highest score of the year.
Pattonsburg 8 5 9 11 - 33
Worth County 11 9 16 14 - 50
Pattonsburg Dilley 2, Booth 1, Cornett 7, Gardner 7, Warford 7, Crone 7, Parman 2. Totals: 10 12-23 33. 3-point field goals: 1, (Warford). Fouled out: none.
Worth County (4-17, 2-7) Haven Schottel 13, Andrews 8, Thummel 6, Andrews 7, Smyser 7, Moore 4, Davidson 5. Totals: 20 9-19 50. 3-point field goals: 1, (Schottel). Fouled out: none.
Worth County 5 11 5 4 - 25
Stanberry 14 5 6 9 - 34
Worth CountySchottel 2, C, Andrews 3, Smyser 6, Moore 4, Davidson 7, Mullock 3. Totals: 10 5-13 25. 3-point field goals: none. Fouled out: none.
Stanberry (3-16, 1-7 GRC)Robyn Gard 17, Gage 2, St. Luke 4, Bremer 4, Sh. Luke 3, Noble 2, Wilmes 2. Totals: 9 15-21 34. 3-point field goals: 1, (Bremer). Fouled out: none.
Polo 17 15 17 15 - 64
Worth County 7 5 12 15 - 39
PoloSnodgrass 11, Allen 2, Poje 12, Segar 2, Fickness 2, Boruch 2, Stottlemyre 8, Si. Copeland 2, Sammie Jo Copeland 18, Phillips 2, Way 3. Totals: 25 9-16 64. 3-point field goals: 5, (Snodgrass, Poje 4). Fouled out: none.
Worth CountySchottel 4, Elizabeth Novak 15, Smyser 9, Moore 4, Davidson 4, Mullock 3. Totals: 14 10-17 39. 3-point field goals: 1, (Novak). Fouled out: none.
2/37/12 Versus Princeton (L)
After making the long trip to Princeton the Lady Tigers weren't able to get out of their lull. The lady tigers struggled on mainly on the defensive end of the court by not being able to stop Princeton's two top players. Offensively, the lady tigers showed better patience but were unable to convert their easy shots. The lady tigers have 3 conference games left, then 3 non-conference before district play.
1/31/12 Versus Maysville (L)
Tigers struggle with turnovers against top-of-the-conference Maysville.
Maysville 19 24 13 5 - 61
Worth County 3 13 9 6 - 31
Maysville Knorr 2, Brit. Helferey 4, Zimmerman 7, Rhoad 7, Bran. Helfery 2, Torri Blythe 16, Knapp 5, Danielle Boucher 10, Wingard 4, Bird 2, Hale 2. Totals: 24 11-17 61. 3-point field goals: 2, (Blythe 2). Fouled out: none.
Worth CountySchottel 5, Novak 4, Thummel 2, Andrews 6, Smyser 3, Moore 4, Davidson 7. Totals: 10 10-20 31. 3-point field goals: 1, (Novak). Fouled out: Davidson.
1/27/12 Versus Albany (W)
The Lady Tigers pulled of their second confernce win of the season over Albany Friday night. The Tigers let the Warriors linger until the 4th quarter when the lady tigers scored more in 1 quarter than they did the previous 3 quarters combined. The tigers were able to cause problems all game for the warriors with their pressure but were unable to transfer that energy to the offensive end until late in the game. The tigers were led by freshman Sydney Thummel and her aggressive drives to the basket. The tigers host Maysville Tuesday at home this week, then travel Friday to Princeton.
Worth County 8 8 4 23 - 43
Albany 9 3 8 14 - 34
Worth County: Schottel 2, Elizabeth Novak 11, Sydney Thummell 12, Andrews 4, Smyser 6, Moore 1, Davidson 5, Mullock 2. Totals: 15 10-24 43. 3-point field goals: 1, (Novak). Fouled out: none.
Albany: Grace 2, Gillespie 3, Poppa 1, Kaylie McGinley 11, Smith 6, Morgan Combs 11. Totals: 11 12-20 34. 3-point field goals: none. Fouled out: none.
1/23/12 Nodaway Holt (L)
The lady tigers came out sluggish in the 1st quarter against Nodaway Holt and couldn't overcome the hole they dug themselves. The final score being 47-61 with the score being tight the rest of the game after improved play in the remaining quarters. WC shot ice cold from outside the paint and allowed Rosenbohm 29 points, many out of fastbreak transition. WC kept the game close by attacking the paint and offensive boards but just couldln't completely close the gap. The Tigers jump back into GRC play Friday at Albany.
Worth County 2 19 13 13 - 47
Nodaway-Holt 12 15 16 18 - 61
Worth County (3-12)Kaitlyn Davidson 10, Schottel 6, Kacey Smyser 12, Novak 11, Thummel 4, K. Andrews 2, C. Andrews 2. Totals: 18 10-15 47. 3-point field goals: 1, (Novak). Fouled out: Davidson.
Nodaway-Holt (11-4)Megan Rosenbohm 29, Krysta Beattie 11, O’Riley 8, Devers 4, Shipps 3, Lance 2, Gallagher 2, Brown 2. Totals: 26 9-15 61. 3-point field goals: none. Fouled out: none.
1/20/12 Hamilton (L)
The Lady Tigers put up a temporary fight against the Hamilton Hornet. The girls ended up losing 26-65 despite having one of their fewest turnover totals in the season. The tigers couldn't keep Hamilton from scoring in the paint or off the free throw line.
Consolation versus North Andrew in Stanberry Tournament
The Lady Tigers made their first Stanberry Trophy appereance in years. The Tigers faced off again against the North Andrew Cardinals who they had previously lost to by +20 earlier in the season. The Tigers came out fighting and had the game within 10 multiple times in the 4th quarter. The despite the fight the Tigers couldn't stop Chambers inside and allowed her 23 points to lead the Cardinals on to victory.
1/11/12 Versus Stanberry in Stanberry Tournament 7:30
Tigers defeated the Bulldogs 48-35. The Lady Tigers came out clicking from start to finish Wednesday night in their victory over the 6th seed Stanberry. The girls were able to dominate the bulldogs on the boards and were able to get the the free throw line 28 times. Tigers were led in scoring and rebounds by Freshman Kaitlyn Davidson who had her first career double double. The girls will face off Friday against North Andrew for the consolation trophy.
Worth County 48
Worth County 9 15 6 18 - 48
Stanberry 9 5 8 13 - 35
Worth CountySchottel 4, Novak 6, K. Andrews 3, Thummel 4, C. Andrews 6, Smyser 6, Moore 2, Kaitlyn Davidson 13, Mullock 4. Totals: 17 14-28 48. 3-point field goals: none. Fouled out: none.
StanberryGard 7, Gage 1, Stephanie Luke 10, Bremer 6, Shannon Luke 11. Totals: 13 7-16 35. 3-point field goals: 2, (Gard, Shannon Luke). Fouled out: Wiederholt.
1/10/12 Versus Mound City in Stanberry Tournament 4:30 (L)
Worth County 8 7 4 6 - 25
Mound City 15 19 14 7 - 55
Worth CountySchottel 1, Novak 6, K. Andrews 2, Thummel 3, C. Andrews 2 Smyser 5, Moore 2, Davidson 2. Totals: 10 5-8 25. 3-point field goals: none. Fouled out: none.
Mound CityAbby Haer 10, Tori Ingram 12, Clifton 2, Alex Phillips 11, Pankau 2, Parrish 8, Bomar 5, Acton 3, Ashford 2. Totals: 18 8-15 55. 3-point field goals: 2, (Haer 2, Phillips). Fouled out: none.
1/5/12 Versus Gallatin
The 1-7 Lady Tigers faced off against the 5-3 Gallatin Bulldogs Friday night. The Lady Tigers were able to put together their best games of the season to defeat the Bulldogs 45-40. The Lady Tigers led most of the game and were able to overcome a couple lead changes by the Bulldogs. The Lady Tigers were able to pull down more rebounds and shot a higher percentage for the night. The Lady Tigers move on to the Stanberry Tournament and hope to continue the increased level of play.
Gallatin 10 4 12 14 - 40
Worth County 8 7 11 19 - 45
GallatinK. Salmon 10, Steele 4, Elbert 2, S. Lin 16, Widner 1, Wood 2, Nelson 5. Totals: 12 15-26 40. 3-point field goals: 1, (Lin). Fouled out: Nelson, Wood.
Worth County 2-7, 1-0 GRCSchottel 5, Novak 9, K. Andrews 4, Thummel 4, C. Andrews 4, Moore 9, Davidson 8, Mullock 2. Totals: 15 14-23 45. 3-point field goals: 1, (Novak). Fouled out: K. Andrews.
1/3/12 Versus Northeast Nodaway (L)
Worth County 14 8 3 15 - 40
Northeast Nodaway 12 10 17 10 - 49
Worth CountySchottel 4, Novak 8, K. Andrews 2, Thummel 3, C. Andrews 5, Smyser 6, Moore 2, Kaitlyn Davidson 10. Totals: 17 5-16 40. 3-point field goals: 1, (Novak). Fouled out: none.
Northeast NodawayBliley 2, M. Schulte 18, Wiederholt 6, Adwell 4, Farnan 6, R. Runde 13. Totals: 16 16-30 49. 3-point field goals: 1, (Schulte). Fouled out: none.
12/19 Versus Jefferson (L)
12/13 Versus North Andrew
The lady tigers travelled to North Andrew Tuesday night to play a tall and physical cardinal team. The lady tigers made a run late in the 2nd quarter to take the lead but again had troubles with turnovers, fouling, and rebounding. The lady tigers look to improve on boxing out to help reduce their fouls after boards. Additionally, they will be practicing to reduce turnovers and execute the offense to produce easier shots.
Worth County 6 8 6 4 - 24
North Andrew 7 13 15 10 - 45
Worth County: Schotel 8, Novak 5, Thummel 2, C. Andrews 2, Smyser 3, Davidson 4. Totals: 10 3-10 24. 3-point field goals: 1, (Novak). Fouled out: Davidson.
North Andrew (3-3)Pittman 2, Singleton 6, A. Hughes 4, Danielle Chambers 18, Brinsley Oliver 14, Todd 1. Totals: 13 15-28 45. 3-point field goals: none. Fouled out: none.
12/9 Versus West Nodaway
The lady tigers almost had another win to add to their season against the West Nodaway rockets. The tigers had the lead most of the game but after a poor 3rd quarter they ended up losing by 3. The West Nodaway were able to capitalize on fouls and turnovers of the lady tigers. The lady tigers had several shot attempts to try and win the game late but the ball didn't roll their way.
West Nodaway 39 Worth County 36
West Nodaway 7 6 15 11 - 39
Worth County 13 4 8 11 - 36
West Nodaway Morrison 2, Farmer 9, C. Young 13, Cordell 2, Harvey 3, M. Perkins 10. Totals: 13 13-19 39. 3-point field goals: none. Fouled out: none.
Worth County Schottel 4, Novak 5, K. Andrews 4, C. Andrews 2, Smyser 2, Moore 4, Kaitlyn Davidson 10, Mullock 5. Totals: 16 2-8 36. 3-point field goals: 2, (Novak, Mullock). Fouled out: K. Andrews.
12/6 Versus North Nodaway
Tuesday, December 6th the Lady Tigers traveled to Hopkins to take on the Lady Mustangs. The Tigers went into the game knowing that Hopkins was a guard dominated team. Despite taking more shots and getting more rebounds the Tigers lost 33-55. The team shot 19% for the night compared to North Nodaway's 42%. Additionally the tigers had 24 turnovers. The Lady Tigers look to improve on finishing shots and having the patience to get higher percentage shots Friday night in their home game against West Nodaway.
Worth County 5 10 6 10 - 33
North Nodaway 19 17 12 7 - 55
Worth County (1-3) Schottel 4, Novak 5, Andrews 2, Thummel 2, Andrews 5, Smyser 2, Davidson 3, Mullock 7. Totals: 11 7-16 33. 3-point field goals: 2, (Novak, Mullock). Fouled out: none.
North Nodaway (3-1) Lyle 1, Greeley 8, Cambry Schluter 15, Ali Ramsey 11, Nikki Larabee 10, Bix 1, Birkenholz 2, S. Frueh 1, Chestnut 6. Totals: 22 8-18 55. 3-point field goals: 3, (Schluter 2, Ramsey). Fouled out: none.
Friday, December 2nd: 5:30PM Consolation versus Albany2
The Lady Tigers claimed their first tournament trophy Friday night in the consolation game versus Albany since 2007. The Tigers went into half-time up 1 but ended up winning the game by 20 with a final score of 47-27. The Lady Tigers were able to control the second half by beating the press and attacking the paint. Despite having lots of fouls for the most part the Lady Tigers played a solid second half of defense giving up minimal easy buckets. Additionally the Lady Tigers were able to get to the free-throw line as emphasized but only hitting 16 of 35.
Great team win!
Scoring By Quarter:
Worth County 5 11 19 12 - 47
Albany 5 10 6 8 - 27
Worth County Stats: Schottel 7, Elizabeth Novak 10, Andrews 2, Claire Andrews 10, Smyser 6, Moore 7, Buffington 1, Davidson 2, Mullock 2. Totals: 15 16-35 47. 3-point field goals: 1, (Novak). Fouled out: Schottel.
Albany Stats: Gillespie 2, Poppa 7, McGinley 9, Smith 7, Sorensen 2, Wilmes 2. Totals: 8 12-24 29. 3-point field goals: 1, (McGinley). Fouled out: none.
Wednesday, November 30th: Girls versus Polo 4:45PM
The Lady Tigers faced off against the Polo Panters Wednesday night in the Albany tourney. The Tigers went into the game knowing that Polo would try to speed up play and force a lot of turnovers. From the beginning the Tigers were unable to slow the tempo and commited 40 + turnovers in the game. Losing with a final score of 28-62. Despite getting into the paint a little better than the previous night the Tigers were unable to convert. They will play Friday night in the consolation game against the Albany Lady Warriors.
WC Player of the Game: Rebecca Moore 8 boards & 8 points
Tuesday, November 29th: Girls versus Princeton 7:45PM
The Lady Tigers started off their season against the Princeton Tigers. Final score 25-55 (L). The WC Tigers were unable to stop Princeton guard Berwanger (20pts) from the outside and also struggled with giving up 29 turnovers and putting Princeton on the foul line 31 times versus getting to the foul line themselves only 3 times. The WC Lady Tigers look to improve on turnovers, rebounding, and overall execution on both ends of the floor. Despite the final score the team looked aggressive and was able to go to their bench and still maintain the same level of play.
WC Player of the GAme: Kaitlyn Davidson 8 boards & 4 points
Monday October 31st the lady tigers tipped-off their first practice. This year the lady tigers will have 12 members: 4 juniors, 3 sophomores, and 4 freshmen. The lady tigers were looking good wearing their new practice jerseys thanks to a donation from the Tiger Club. There are 5 new faces to the team: junior Haven Schottel, and freshmen Ally Buffington, Kaitlyn Davidson, Malori Mollenberdnt, and Sydney Thummel. Returners are juniors: Kacey Smyser, Kiley Reynolds, and Rebecca Moore; sophomore returners: Claire Andrews, Elizabeth Novak, Kristen Andrews, and Katie Mullock. After the first few practices the coaches are excited with the athletic ability of the team and will look to use it with scrappy defense and fast paced play. The first game will be the last week of November.