Basketball prepares to play as a team
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“There is not a best player, we need to work as a team,” said coach Zane Tanner.
Basketball boys prepare to bring it this season.
“At workouts, we do dribbling drills and shooting drills, and then we scrimmage in the last 25 to 30 minutes,” said freshman Myles Poppe.
According to coach, the drills were good for the players so they warm up for the season.
“Some of the drills are easy, the ones that are challenging are just confusing at first,” Tanner said.
Also, the workouts were good for early team bonding.
“The freshman that has the best handles is Bryce Butler,” Tanner said.
The freshman and varsity practice at different times giving the coaches an early start to examine players
“The best overall shooter is Myles Poppe; the best defensive player is [freshman] Mikkai Richardson,” Tanner said.
The freshman coaches have not determined the starting five yet.