Fab Five for CHS Girls

Kendall Wallace
Kendall Wallace

The Clarkston girls’ basketball team has five captains, all seniors. But two stand out as especially strong leaders, seniors Eloise Teasley and Kendall Wallace.
Their team of captains also includes by Alahondra Perez, Olivia Gustafson and Jordan McCormac-Marks.
Wallace has been around basketball her whole life, and seeing her family play throughout her childhood inspired her to join the sport.
For both Wallace and Teasley, basketball has taught valuable lessons in teamwork, dedication, perseverance and working hard for a goal. Continued dedication to the team has also helped them develop a strong work ethic. Both try their best to mentor and support their teammates, to pass down what the girls before them have taught.
Teasley said that school and community support is a big motivator for the team.
“Our school is our spirit and always encourages us,” Teasley said.
It is vital for a team to work well together and have that unity to achieve the goals they have set for themselves. Wallace thinks the CHS team’s is defined by unselfishness, unity and respect for each other.
The CHS girls’ team is hard-working and dedicated. On the other hand, the players are also silly, having fun when appropriate, keeping a good balance between seriousness and fun.
Wallace and Teasley have been preparing for Golden Throne by spending extra time in the gym, working even harder in practice, focusing on their Golden Throne goals, and taking care of their health.

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