Lady Cardinals remain unbeaten

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Lady Cardinals remain unbeaten

Cancer survivors being honored with the starting five

Cancer survivors being honored with the starting five

Cancer survivors being honored with the starting five

Cancer survivors being honored with the starting five

Jerry Jorgenson, Editor

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The Treynor women improved to 6-0 overall with a 60-48 win over IKM-Manning on Friday night.

Seniors Kayla Chapman, Konnor Sudmann, and Sydney Carman led the charge, as Chapman posted a game-high 20 points, while Sudmann and Carman added 15 and 9, respectively.

In their first true test of the season, the team knew that they would have to execute the game plan to come out on top. “We knew they were 5-0 and had put up good scores against other teams in the conference,” said Carman. From past times they’ve faced each other, they also knew they would be playing a strong, physical team.

Although this game was tougher than their previous opponents, the team was satisfied by how they responded. “I think we handled it well. Everyone shot and hit when they needed to,” said Sudmann.

Through 6 games this season, the Cardinals are obviously doing a lot of things right; however, this team knows what they need to improve on to keep trending upward. “We’ve been doing well in our man and zone defenses,” said Chapman, “things that need to be improved are staying patient on offense and getting into our offense right after transitioning back.”

Sudmann, who is leading the team with 15 points per game, really likes the chemistry the team has on both offense and defense. “As a team, I think we have been playing together and have good chemistry on both offense and defense. Individually, I’ve been happy that I am turning the ball over less and shooting better.”

Carman knows the team is getting better week by week but realizes there are some areas that need cleaned up. “We still have to continue to work hard and stay disciplined so we can get to the level that is necessary to play and advance to the state tournament,” said Carman, “I would say our weaknesses include lack of communication on defense.

The Cardinals are back in action at home on Tuesday, Dec. 18 against Logan-Magnolia.