Powell County Girls Basketball Poised for Great Season
The Powell County High School girls basketball team has a lot of strong traits.... one of which is their style of play. When playing the Wardens, you better be prepared to run!
"We're all fairly little we're a team that kind of runs and runs and they're not a lot of teams that are as short as us and play that style we kind of play a different style than everybody else," said senior guard Bailee Senecal.
"It gets really tiring we have to run a lot at practice and get in shape but all in all it's a lot of fun just like get out and run the floor and get cheap buckets all the time," said senior point forward Michele Christnacht.
All five Warden starters are seniors, which explains why this team is so close.
"We have really awesome team chemistry like as far as most teams go girls can get into the drama but our team we've all played together for so long and we all get along super well so we all just have out there together," said Senecal.
Powell County has one goal at the end of the season. Plain and simple.
"Any team that's worthy of it wants to win a state championship and that's something these girls want to do it's going to be a tough road everything goes through Fairfield the last 6 years," said head coach Kirk Walker.
"Obviously everyone wants to be the ones on top state champions so that's our ultimate goal and we want to get better every day to work towards that," said Senecal.
"Of course ultimate goal is to win state that's everyone's goal and mostly just win our last game of the season," said Christnacht.