CNS Girls Varsity Basketball Improves Record From Last Season

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Chanhassen Girls Varsity Basketball team is having quite the season with a win loss record of 10-10, which is a huge improvement from last season’s record of 7-20.

”Right now we are sitting right at 10-10 so I am somewhat pleased with our record because it is already much better than last year,” Point guard and Sophomore Callin Hake says. “Another reason I am pleased with our record is with all of the adjustments we have made with the new coaching staff. Of course I am always going to want a better record, but this is definitely a good starting point.”

The Girls Varsity team is doing wonderful this season, a great improvement from last year’s record of 7-20. Sophomore Callin Hake states that the intensity level, expectations, and level of play has increased leaving a positive impact on the team, and allowing them to be at the current record they’re at as of right now. Currently, the team has a new coaching staff which includes new Head Coach Arthur Crutch and alongside him the new Varsity Assistant Coach Hollie Sorenson. 

Coach Crutch admits that they’ve already won two games more than last year, and that there were a couple of games that they should’ve won, but let slip away. The new coaching can be attributed to the successes the team has had this season. The Girls Varsity team won their recent game on February 4, 2020 against Bloomington Jefferson with the score of 71-43, leaving them with a new win-loss record of 10-10.

“As a team we are learning how to play with each other and trust each other on the court,” Head Coach Arthur Crutch explains.” We have grown as a team and have improved as the season has gone along. If I had to describe it in two words it would be toughness and perseverance.” 

As the season shortly comes to an end with only five games left, ChanVarsity fights fiercely to be the top of their division.