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Underclassmen Making Impact for Lady Rams

Sophomore Elle Scarborugh and freshman Madison Camden fight against Harlan

Sophomore Elle Scarborugh and freshman Madison Camden fight against Harlan

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Sophomore Elle Scarborugh and freshman Madison Camden fight against Harlan

Ryan Schnur

Ryan Schnur

Sophomore Elle Scarborugh and freshman Madison Camden fight against Harlan

Teresa Hutchinson, Contributor

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This year’s girls’ basketball team has had an impressive season. With sophomore Elle Scarborough and freshman Madison Camden taking the lead, they have led the team a 13 – 4 record.

So far Scarborough has scored an average of 14.5 points per game, the leading scorer for the Rams. She is no rookie to the game either. She has been on a continual course of immersion since first grade and participated in multiple tournaments with over eleven seasons of club basketball. While she is a remarkable basketball player, she also finds time for volleyball, track, REACH/SADD and student council.

With an average 12 points per game, Camden is the second lead scorer. Like Scarborough, she has been working at her game since a young age and had help and encouragement from her father and brothers. Watching their practices and getting involved made her not only excel at basketball, but love it too.

With also being involved in track, volleyball, club basketball over the summer and REACH/SADD, Camden has a lot on her plate, but she still makes sure she has goals set so she can improve to her fullest ability.

“My goals for the season are to continue to improve on defense and offense and hopefully continue into the postseason,” said Camden.

Scarborough’s goal for this season is to win conference and make it to state. With the team already in second for conference, their hopes are high. Head Coach Brian Rasmussen believes the team’s self-assurance is key.

“One of my favorite things about this season is player’s confidence. The ability to have such high confidence has enabled the team to get so far.” said Rasmussen.

When the game gets tough and Scarborough starts to feel the pressure, she reminds herself of the coaches and teammates who inspire her.

“The coaches and people I’ve played with have inspired me to love this sport. When the odds aren’t in our favor for a game, I tell myself to keep driving, to not give up the ball, to trust my teammates and remember they are depending on me,” said Scarborough.

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