Alexis, Mia, and Ashlyn
Here are Daniel Wright we have boys basketball! The boys are split on the A and B team and most of the them have been playing from a young age. Basketball is known as a sport that teaches defensive and offensive skills in a game, and the boys on the team and their coaches maintain a good relationship with each other, which is a important, valued skill.
Player’s Interview: Parker Lewis, Nikhil Uchil, Sivank Yagamurthy, Jonathan Rabin
Q: Describe your teammates in one word.
Q: What’s your favorite drill?
A: My favorite drill are Miken drills.
Q: How long have you been playing basketball?
A: I’ve been playing since kindergarten.
Q: What other sports do you play other than basketball?
A: I like to play tennis, football, and I like to swim.
Q: What do you like about basketball?
A: Basketball is super competitive
Q: What are your favorite basketball team?
A: The Bulls are my favorite basketball team.
Q: What is a essential in this sport?
A: A essential in this sport is handling the ball.
Q: Describe your coach.
A: Our coach is a great defensive coach!
Q: What is one of your favorite sports other than basketball?
A: Football is a good sport other than basketball. (Hafner, B team)
Q: Why do you like coaching the basketball team?
A: Basketball gives the opportunity to work with students in a different setting of athletics. (Hafner, B team)
Q: What is your favorite part of coaching basketball?
A: Basketball is truly a team sport and uses team effort. I appreciate that it takes all players doing their job to help the team succeed. (Mr. Jerzyk, A team)
Q: Describe a good basketball drill.
A: A quality basketball drill gets all players moving and involved in game situations in game speed! (Mr. Jerzyk, A team)
Q: How does basketball affect the community?
A: Basketball or any other sport at DW can bring communities together in a positive way. Sport and competition brings school spirit and pride to the community. It’s always great to see fans in the stands cheering on our programs in a positive way. (Mr. Jerzyk, A team)
Q: Why is basketball important?
A: It really helps athletes develop physically and mentally. Basketball forces athletes to use multiple skill related fitness components like thinking ahead and strategizing. (Mr. Jerzyk, A team)
Q: Describe the boys on your team with one word.
A: Energetic (Mr. Jerzyk, A team)
Q: What is the most rewarding part of being a coach?
A: Experiencing the feeling of success. (Hafner, B team)
Q: How many games are there per season?
A: 11 games per season. (Hafner, Bteam)
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