‘They’re Playing Like Beasts’; South Fork Coach Proud of Girls Basketball Team
Wantt said several of the team scored very well. She said that Kaylei Valk made 18 points, Kylie Messenger had 15 points and Haylie Mulder had 12 points.
The next game wasn’t as successful. Wantt said, “We played hard but came up short…[W]e played CSD [and] we lost 47-67.” Kaylei Valk was again the high scorer with 15 points. Kylie Messenger made 13 and Haylie Mulder chipped in 7.
“Our last game we played Emery,” Wantt said. “We played with a lot of heart and the girls gave it their all. They really stuck together and played as a team. Everything kinda came together and it showed on the court.”
Again, Messenger was the high scorer for the team with 19 points. “Kaylie Valk had 14 with 3, 3’s,” Wantt said. “Haylie Mulder had 12.”
“Our all tourneys went to Kaylie Valk and Kylie Messenger,” Wantt said.
“I’m really proud of these girls,” she said. “[T]hey’re playing with everything they have and played through a lot of physical contact…[T]hey’re playing like beasts.”