Thank You Seniors: Girls Basketball

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Thank You Seniors: Girls Basketball

Three Lady Owl Seniors. 
Left Megan Ritz, Middle Ashton Chase, Right Makenna Fee.

Three Lady Owl Seniors. Left Megan Ritz, Middle Ashton Chase, Right Makenna Fee.

Three Lady Owl Seniors. Left Megan Ritz, Middle Ashton Chase, Right Makenna Fee.

Three Lady Owl Seniors. Left Megan Ritz, Middle Ashton Chase, Right Makenna Fee.

Brandon Terrell, Sports Editor

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After a good season ended short, the Lady Owls basketball players can already start looking forward to next season. But for the three seniors, they have bigger things to look forward to such as graduation, and starting college in the fall.

First is Ashton Chase. Ashton played basketball for four years. She will be attending IUPUI next year, and will be running cross-country for the Jaguars.

Q- What was you’re favorite basketball memory.

A- I would say my favorite basketball memory was hitting six three pointers against #10 ranked Columbus North my Sophomore year. We beat them 57-44 at home!

Q- Whats your best words of advice for girls thinking about playing basketball

A- My advice for girls thinking about playing basketball would be to commit to it and make the most of it. Nothing comes easy, you have to focus, work hard, and always have a positive attitude!

Next is Makenna Fee. Makenna also played basketball for four years. Fee will be attending the University of Illinois Springfield, and will continue playing basketball at the collegiate level.

Q- What was you’re favorite basketball memory.

A- My favorite memory would have to be the team bonding trips like campfires, bowling and having Christmas at coach Longmeier’s house.

Q- Whats your best words of advice for girls thinking about playing basketball

A- It was the best decision I made in high school, and if they play they won’t regret it.

Lastly we have Megan Ritz. Megan played basketball for four years. Ritz has not decided where she will attend after high school.

Q- What was you’re favorite basketball memory.

A- When Grace Meyer and I were scaring people at East Central

Q- Whats your best words of advice for girls thinking about playing basketball

A- Always fight and push through pain and don’t just think about yourself think about the team. And always have fun!

The Owl’ would like to wish the seniors the best of luck in their near future, and congratulate them on a successful career at Seymour High School.

“Once an Owl, Always an Owl”