• SC girls have no fear of chasing state title dream
    SCHS sophomore Kennedy Holstein (left) and senior Madison Shapland fight for a loose ball during scrimmage on Monday. (Record Photo)

SC girls have no fear of chasing state title dream

A bracelet on SCHS head coach Sarah McCormick’s wrist and of her Lady Beavers is imprinted with three words: Chase The Lion.

The phrase comes from a book which McCormick says changed her life.

“I read it for basketball. I told the girls they could read it for whatever they wanted. The main emphasis is that if your dream doesn’t scare you then it isn’t big enough,” Mc-Cormick explains.

The dream? A state championship.

After three consecutive trips to the state tournament and one lone win that came during their fourth place finish in 2017 the Lady Beavers are hungry for more than just getting to state.

With the talent they can put on the floor this season, a state championship is more than just a dream, but a reality.

 

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