BMS Girls’ Basketball…

The future of Meeker High School’s girls’ basketball program looks bright with the great play of eighth-graders: In the back row are Ellie Anderson, Allison Moon, Tori Lasker, Kenzie Turner, Krissie Luce, Megan Shelton, Kassie Luce, Ezzy Torres, Allie Willey, Michaela Jones and coach Jamie Rogers. In front are: Savana May, Lila Klinglesmith, Mikayla Cardile, Briar Meszaros, Kylee Bradford, Gracie Bradfield and manager Abbi Moon.

The future of Meeker High School’s girls’ basketball program looks bright with the great play of eighth-graders: In the back row are Ellie Anderson, Allison Moon, Tori Lasker, Kenzie Turner, Krissie Luce, Megan Shelton, Kassie Luce, Ezzy Torres, Allie Willey, Michaela Jones and coach Jamie Rogers. In front are: Savana May, Lila Klinglesmith, Mikayla Cardile, Briar Meszaros, Kylee Bradford, Gracie Bradfield and manager Abbi Moon.
The future of Meeker High School’s girls’ basketball program looks bright with the great play of eighth-graders: In the back row are Ellie Anderson, Allison Moon, Tori Lasker, Kenzie Turner, Krissie Luce, Megan Shelton, Kassie Luce, Ezzy Torres, Allie Willey, Michaela Jones and coach Jamie Rogers. In front are: Savana May, Lila Klinglesmith, Mikayla Cardile, Briar Meszaros, Kylee Bradford, Gracie Bradfield and manager Abbi Moon.

Playing on the Barone Middle School seventh-grade girls' basketball team, in the back row, are: Annelise Amack, Jilly Bumguardner, Lorena Martinez, Karlee Nielsen, Jadynn Archuleta, Caleigh Morlan and coach Tom Knowles. Middle Row: Julia Dinwiddie, Makenna Burke, Kirsten Brown and Madison Kindler. In front: Matilda Brown, Sarina Goedert and Addie Joy. Manager Mary Baylie is not pictured.
Playing on the Barone Middle School seventh-grade girls’ basketball team, in the back row, are: Annelise Amack, Jilly Bumguardner, Lorena Martinez, Karlee Nielsen, Jadynn Archuleta, Caleigh Morlan and coach Tom Knowles. Middle Row: Julia Dinwiddie, Makenna Burke, Kirsten Brown and Madison Kindler. In front: Matilda Brown, Sarina Goedert and Addie Joy. Manager Mary Baylie is not pictured.