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Annabel Sheldon

Sheffield Lady Wolverines

Head coach: Tony Richards

2019-20 Record: 2-19

Playoffs: N/A


Top returning players: Lily Lauffenburger SR G/F team captain, 3.7pts a game; Alyssa Dunham SR G/F 11.8 pts a game; Allison Schmader SR G 3.4 Pts a game.   This group of seniors must step up and be great leaders as we are a team full of youth and inexperience.

Top players lost: Marissa Grubbs  G 5.2 pts a game. Graduated; Lexi Goldthwaite So G. Defensive specialists, this will be our biggest hole to fill, Lexi is the type of player you as a coach want to build your team around, she is a huge loss for us.

Key newcomers: Emily Foster Fr. F great athlete who will get her chances in the trenches; Kadence Steffan Fr. G.  Another freshman who is expected to see a lot of minutes; Annabel Sheldon SR. G. Great athlete, she returns to the court after sitting out last year. She brings a lot to the table; Mady Roell. Jr. G. Another returning player who sat out last season.  She will be tough on the defensive end of the floor; Halle McGlaughlin Jr G. Another player who sat out last season has a motor that never stops.  

We are also is the first year of our co-op with Taylor Diversions Lighthouse Academy, Covid has prevented them from joining prior to the shutdown and we look forward to having them join us. 

Apryl Vassell Sr G/F


Lizzie Gesford Sr G

Melyiah Regan Fr G

Rounding out the roster are Fr Peyton Bailey, Fr Paris Foster and Jr Bella Lyon. Hopefully, we get the chance to see our lone sophomore, Alexa Whipple, return to the court from injury.

Keys to the season:

  1. Going into my second season, One issue we as a program have is the constant revolving door of underclassmen playing one season and not the next, this type of action is detrimental to our goal of turning this program around.  
  2. It will take time for us to gel as one. Everyone needs to play with confidence, we are going to make mistakes, learn from them and move on. 
  3. PATIENCE in all areas, pass up a good shot to get your teammate a great shot, make the extra pass. 
  4. BELIEVE in each other and what we want to do as a team!!!

Things your team was doing during the COVID-19 pause of winter sports: I’ve communicated with my captain Lily Lauffenburger on occasion.  When you lose your offseason due to COVID, especially when you’re trying to bring a new culture to a struggling program it’s detrimental. This game is tuff to play, it’s a year-round commitment. I’m extremely proud of my team.  I think they’ve handled this entire Covid situation the best that they could have given the circumstances.


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