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Shelby Girls Basketball Team Opens This Weekend

Story By: Jeff Alan

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 11/20/2013

After finishing the 2012-'13 season at 20-4 and co-champs of the NOL with Bellevue in girls basketball, the Shelby Whippets are looking to replace five standout seniors from a season ago. Coach Natalie Lantz, who begins her second season as head coach, welcomes back one returning starter and two role players from a season ago in seniors Taylor Fulton and Jessica Miller along with junior Gabby Stephens, all three elected captains for this season. Lantz says the preseason has been used to work on fundamentals and adds the team is not big, but is quick and hopes they are able to come together and play as a unit. The Whippets will open the season at home in a new gymnasium on Friday against Plymouth and Saturday against Ashland.

   
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