JV basketball looks to next season

The junior varsity basketball team ended with a 1-17 record, so obviously the team is looking to improve during the offseason. A handful of players are bound to be promoted to the varsity team, but the majority of the team will remain the same.

“This year was my first year, so it was a bit of a learning experience for me.” Hayden Bramel (10) said. “It made me want to get better so next year I can dominate.”

Some of the players have big plans for this offseason, even if they aren’t trying to play varsity next year.

“I’m OK with playing JV next year,” Bramel said. “I mean I just want to win, so if I get better I’ll be able to help the teams chances of winning next year.”

Some of the players have started lifting weights and working on specific aspects of their games they need to improve if they want to help the team next year.

“I’m going to the gym routinely now, I’m just trying to get swole.” Isaac Pierre (11) said. “I need to work on my ball-handling, it was lacking during the season. I’ve been working on it and so far it’s been getting better.”

By Bennett Kent