By TERESA CHIPMAN
PHS sports writer
Girls basketball coach Belinda Taylor was proud of how well the Indian girls responded to challenges presented this past season.
She praised their drive, hard work and willingness to keep fighting.
Our season ended valiantly as we fought hard against Blackfoot, said Taylor.
“I was very proud of the effort the girls gave to bring desire and passion to the game in their last stand.
The season didn’t go as we had hoped. But a lot of growth was seen through the challenges we faced over the season, the coach said.
“We had goals of rising as one and becoming stronger individually and collectively over the season.
“We didn’t anticipate the difficulties we would face, but the girls definitely showed growth and improvement.
The girls ended with a 6-16 record and 1-11 in conference. The one conference win came in a home victory against Rigby.
“The girls really rose in this game and refused to lose. We also got wins against Bear Lake and Malad twice and Soda Springs once.
“Our leaders this season came in many forms. Alexa Van Vleet and Whitney Parker were great captains and emotional leaders through the season.
“Alexa provided some high energy moments and big plays. Whitney hit some big shots at crucial moments of games, sealing our victory against conference opponent, Rigby.
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