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MORRIS DRIBBLES THROUGH SENIOR YEAR

Emma Morris, senior, is a point guard for the Ladycats.
Frank Marr
Emma Morris, senior, is a point guard for the Ladycats.

Emma Morris is a senior at Struthers High School and plays basketball for the Struthers Wildcats. She plays as a point guard on the varsity team. She has been playing basketball since she was in 4th grade but was introduced to it a few years prior. 

The team has had amazing players for the past 2 years. They are unfortunately on a losing streak of 0-3, but they had a game on Monday, December 11, at home and will be playing against East. 

Morris is thrilled about the new season.

“I’m looking forward to seeing how our team develops; there are a lot of younger girls that have a lot of potential and I’m excited to see how we play together after we get in the rhythm of things,” says Morris. 

Morris has a lot of hope for the upcoming freshman and how they will strive to work together. The thoughts of all the upcoming games will be thrilling because there are many freshmen on the team.

Morris expresses how she feels about being a point guard.

“The part that is challenging is that you have the ball in your hands the most, which means you have to make smart passes and take care of it more, as well as have good court vision,” says Morris. 

While being faced with the position of a point guard is a very difficult task, they are the most important players of the whole game. They have to make almost every decision and have to predict what will happen after. Morris can face some challenges at spot, but can also make it out on top. 

Morris faces a hard decision. 

“I’m still deciding if basketball will be the right sport I will be playing in college. Basketball is one of my top options though, because I love the speed of the game as well as how creative it can be and overall how it builds character. Any sport also has the plus of having a community feel from the team, so I believe that it would help anyone transition into a new environment such as college,” says Morris.

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Ava Pokopatz, Feature Writer
Ava Pokopatz is a senior at Struthers High School and is 17 years old. This is her first year in Journalism.  Ava’s favorite food is sushi and pasta. She really enjoys going out with her friends and just going and driving around. She is a member of the National Honors Society. She is planning on having the best time and memories during her senior year.  Ava has been involved in the Struthers school community for a little while. She was a part of the track team her freshman and sophomore year, but she does plan on running again for her senior year. She is also participating in many different clubs through the school. She has been a wildcat for almost her whole life.  Ava is really looking forward to experiencing journalism and finding her writing style. She really enjoys writing so this will be a great way for her to express herself. She is doing this with her favorite teacher Mrs. Mickler, so she is going to have an amazing year.
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