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2020-21 Union Girls’ Basketball Preview Powered by Potter County Family Campground

Dominika Logue, Jr., Forward. Photo by Shelly Atzeni. Check out more of Atzeni's work here

Union Golden Damsels

Head coach: Ally Kepple

2019-20 Record: 11-12

Playoffs: Lost, 51-33, to Elk County Catholic in the District 9 Class 1A quarterfinals

Top returning players: Dominika Logue (Jr., F, 17.2 ppg, 8.1 rpg, 4.2 spg, 3.4 apg, 1.4 bpg, Preseason All-District 9 by D9and10Sports.com, Second-team All-District 9 in 2020, 690 career points), Hailey Kriebel (Jr., G, 7.0 ppg), Maggie Minick (Jr., F, 6.5 ppg), Keira Croyle (Jr., G, 6.8 ppg), Kennedy Vogle (So., G, 4.4 ppg)

Top players lost: Union didn’t have any seniors in 2019-2020

Key newcomers: With the limited practice time we have had, I really can’t answer that question at this time. But, we do expect our younger players to step up when needed to.

Keys to the season: Play with passion, play as a team, believe in each other, and have fun.

Things your team is doing during the COVID-19 pause of winter sports: We have always tried to look for and find positives in negative situations. Although the news of the delay was disappointing and positives were hard to find, we came up with: 1. We got to start; we got some practices in…some schools weren’t that lucky. 2. At least it was just a delay; they didn’t cancel the whole season. So we’ll come back Jan. 4 and be ready to go. Until then, we are holding voluntary virtual workouts. We are in this together. We’ll get through this together. The keys for returning: we said it’s going to take each and everyone of us to get back to playing. Follow the rules: wear a mask, social distance, wash your hands. Also, keeping a positive mindset through all of this.

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