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Cooper and Andrew both said think basketball is a fun sport to play.

Cooper and Andrew both said think basketball is a fun sport to play.

Shawna Lovrich

Cooper and Andrew both said think basketball is a fun sport to play.

Shawna Lovrich

Shawna Lovrich

Cooper and Andrew both said think basketball is a fun sport to play.

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We just had the chance to catch up with two middle school student, Cooper Lovrich and Andrew Nycum, to aske them some questions about their recent basketball seasons. Here’s what they had to say about playing on their respective teams.

What is your favorite part about playing basketball?

Andrew: Stuffing people.
Cooper: I like shooting the ball.

Does the number on your jersey affect how you play?

Andrew: No.
Cooper: No, it does not.

What is your favorite memory from this past season?

Andrew: Blocking shots.
Cooper: When I made a basket.

What part of the game is easiest/hardest to you?

Andrew: The easiest part for me is dribbling. The hardest is making deep shots.
Cooper: The easiest part for me is running up and down the court, and the hardest is running a play correctly.

What was the most important game you played? Why?

Andrew: Mount Union because it was a tough game.
Cooper: It was the Juniata Valley game against sixth graders.

If you didn’t play basketball, what sport would you play?

Andrew: Wrestling.
Cooper: Wrestling.

In what area do you think you improved the most?

Andrew: Deep shots.
Cooper: Running plays.

What advice do you give someone who wants to play basketball?

Andrew: Keep shooting.
Cooper: Work hard and pay attention.

So there you have it. Some different perspectives in playing in the fifth grade league versus the junior high team. The great news is that That is the difference between the 5th grade league and junior high basketball
league. Both leagues had a great season this year!

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