Girls C-Team Basketball Wraps-Up the Season

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Girls C-Team Basketball Wraps-Up the Season

Guard Rebecca Lindsay ‘21 grabs point guard, Josie Gibson’s ‘21, outstretched hand to help her up during  girls c-team basketball game, Tuesday, Feb. 13.  

Guard Rebecca Lindsay ‘21 grabs point guard, Josie Gibson’s ‘21, outstretched hand to help her up during girls c-team basketball game, Tuesday, Feb. 13.  

Guard Rebecca Lindsay ‘21 grabs point guard, Josie Gibson’s ‘21, outstretched hand to help her up during girls c-team basketball game, Tuesday, Feb. 13.  

Guard Rebecca Lindsay ‘21 grabs point guard, Josie Gibson’s ‘21, outstretched hand to help her up during girls c-team basketball game, Tuesday, Feb. 13.  

by Olivia Allen, Reporter

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Guard Rebecca Lindsay ‘21 grabs point guard, Josie Gibson’s ‘21, outstretched hand to help her up during the girls c-team  basketball game, Tuesday, Feb. 13.  

“My favorite part about basketball is ball handling because I am a right, but I can dribble really well left handed,” Gibson said.  “Sometimes I prefer to go left because I feel more confident in it.”

Practicing daily prepared the C-Team for games, but the players still had many emotions while playing.  

“I get excited when my team or I score and we all work together, but I also get stressed because a lot of times we don’t play very well as a team and everyone wants to do their own thing” Gibson said.  

In addition to emotions, there were many new memories being made every day with the team.  

“The most favorite moment I had in basketball is when it was our last game of the season and I was running down to the other side of the court and I heard Blum (chemistry teacher, Bart Blumberg) call my name and I thought he was about to talk to me about what I could do better, but instead he stopped and clapped and said, ‘Well done Ofey,’” Ofey Mancho ‘20 said.