It would be a safe bet to expect even more wins from Reeds Spring this season.
The Lady Wolves return three starters from last year’s squad including junior Danielle Curnes, an All-COC selection last season.
Joining Curnes is classmate Autumn Flaugh, a versatile player that averaged seven points and nine rebounds per game last year and senior post Megan Rasmussen.
Despite losing trio of guards from last year due to graduation (Sabra Boes, Sam Akrommis and Hadley Givens), Reeds Spring will expect increased productivity from sophomore guard Joey Ash.
The Lady Wolves’ season will hinge on their ability to knock down shots and take care of the basketball.
“We will play hard every play. Win or lose, our opponents will know that they had to earn it on every possession. But, for us to be successful, we must limit our turnovers and improve our shooting from the field and the free throw line,” said Spooner.
In addition, Spooner doesn’t expect his team to get complacent this season.
“I expect to continue to improve daily so that we peak at the right time, and that we compete every night,” said Spooner.
If the Lady Wolves can fulfill those expectations, they will be in the hunt for conference and district titles.
Reeds Spring opens the 2012-13 season in the Blue Eye Tournament on Nov. 26.