Friday, November 14, 2008

Small, but tall turnout for Community School hoopsters

All eight girls on The Community School basketball team can look forward to plenty of playing time this season, according to coach Willy Felton.

"I look at this as a total team-building year," Felton said. "Everyone gets a chance to play and get experience."

Now in his fourth season with The Community School girls' basketball program, Felton is excited about the season in which the Cutthroats will play on the junior varsity level.

"We were really going for a jayvee schedule from last year. I think it is going to be really good for us. We have no returning starters from last year and only one senior. We just want everyone to come out and enjoy themselves," Felton said. "Our goal is all these girls returning and creating a team atmosphere that will last several years to come."

Despite being very young in age, the Cutthroats are quite mature in the height department with 6-0 senior Sylvie Krekow (forward), 5-11 junior Kayla Cloud (forward), 5-8 sophomore point guard Natalie Goddard and 6-1 freshman forward Sophia Carkonen.

Also on the team are 5-6 junior guard Maggie Flood, 5-6 sophomore guard Chelsea Cloud, 5-2 soph guard Freya Dickey and 5-4 freshman guard Alyssa Corrao-Bal.

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