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The 2024 LHHS Girls Basketball Season

Linnea Roberts

After having an overall wins-losses record of 21 to 11 for their 2024 season, the girls basketball ended their season as bi-district champions


During their second game of play-offs, the varsity girls lost their game against Hebron High School with a score of 51-73. 


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After tearing her ACL, MCL, and meniscus, captain Lizzy Kellam, 12, said that it was a struggle to “get back in the groove of things” although she wouldn’t change a thing about this season. 


Kellam said one memorable moment would be winning bi-district champions. 


“It was a hard-fought game; we pulled through with the win,” Kellam said.   


“#EveryONEmatters” was the motto for the season. Kate Duffield, 10, explained that this motto means that every rep (practice), every teammate, and every game matters. 


Duffield was chosen to become a captain this year and mentioned that “it was difficult to learn how to be a leader for my team.” 

Aaliyah Taylor, 11, when commenting about things she wished she did differently


  “I wish I cherished the team dinners more,” Taylor said.


Team bonding was something the team cherished this year.


“It was lots of fun and I loved becoming closer with all the girls and coaches,” Duffield said.

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Sophomore, Hayden Frazier was born and raised in Dallas, Texas & is a member of the school newspaper. She loves to read, her favorite book being Inkheart by Cornelia Funke. Her love for writing started in second grade when she had to write fun short stories in her reading class. Her plan is to continue doing newspapers throughout the rest of her high school career. In the end, she's very excited about the newspaper and the school year.
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