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The girls basketball team ends the season in a slam dunk

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Claire Sonnenburg
The girls’ varsity team gather together on the court for a picture

The girl’s varsity basketball season has come to an end this week, winning their last game against Menlo-Atherton.

The team played in the Peninsula League and ended the season off with a 4-8 record in league, and an 8-15 record overall. Their last game on Friday against Menlo-Atherton was successful; they finished off the game with a score of 45-34. Woodside held the lead the entire game. The team had previously closed off games to spectators, because of COVID regulations, but people were able to watch their last few games.

Senior and captain of the varsity team, Angelyna Sugar, looked back at how the season concluded and the dynamic of the team.

“I’m really proud of how this group of girls with completely different skill sets came together and learned to work as a team,” Sugar said.

With all the growth and progress that was made, there are still some regrets.

“I wish the team did more team bonding in the beginning,” Sugar said. “We came together as a team and learned to play with each other toward the end of the season.”

The team had a lot of fun and are excited to see what will happen next season.

“My favorite part of the team is getting to hang out with these girls,” Sugar said.

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Sofia Kalberer, Staff Writer
Sofia Kalberer is a sophomore and first-year journalist. She enjoys writing opinion pieces and about arts and entertainment. She hopes to write well-made articles this year. In Sofia’s free time, she enjoys skiing, cooking, playing tennis, and reading. 

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