Girls Varsity Basketball End to a Great Season

The girls basketball friendships grew as a team on and off the court


Abby Cowden

Senior Minner Miller getting ready for a rebound

Mari Kamemoto , Reporter

The girls’ varsity basketball fought hard through districts but fell short to Seattle Prep. 

The Braves were competing for a spot in the state tournament but were not able to defeat the Panthers. The girls fought hard and made it very far in the tournament. They ended up with a great record of 17-9, and finished

5th in the Mountain Division. The Braves persevered through playoffs and had a great overall season. 

Although the Braves didn’t make it to state there were many victories as a team and friendships built along the way. 

“The best part of the season were the girls,” said Minnie Miller. “I love Blanchet basketball and wish it wasn’t over.” 

Minnie Miller has been a key part of the Blanchet basketball team since her freshman year. She is a strong leader and friend on and off the court. She helped lead their team to many wins and many of her teammates look up to her. 

“I love playing with Minnie,” said Tayliah Clark. “We’ve become close over the past couple years.”

Winning is a big part of basketball but the friendships and relationships created are even more important. The basketball team was very strong this year and will continue to grow.