Dis­ap­pointinA end to sea­son

Western Suburbs Weekly - - Training Education -

son (15 points) and Lind­sey Moore (16 points, nine re­bounds) led from the front, with strong sup­port from cap­tain Deanna Smith (14 points).

The Waves took a seven-point lead late into the game but it didn’t last long, with Tess Mad­gen and Lau­rie Ko­hen con­nect­ing on big shots for the vis­i­tors.

The Waves put up a fight, grind­ing through the highs and lows of the game, but in the end, the vis­i­tors made the big plays down the stretch.

Again the feel­ing of dis­ap­point­ment was among the group but it is now time to re­flect on the sea­son that was and eval­u­ate where we went wrong and ob­vi­ously what we will do bet­ter next sea­son.

A mas­sive thank you must go to our loyal sup­port­ers and fans who come along ev­ery week to our home games and help us over ev­ery hur­dle.

I would also like to take this op­por­tu­nity to thank our won­der­ful spon­sors, big and small; with­out them, we would not have a team on the court. And the very self­less vol­un­teers – and I’m sure there are some we don’t even know about – who each week work tire­lessly for us to put to­gether game nights.

Last but not least, my team and coach­ing staff; all would agree this wasn’t the re­sult we wanted nor de­served, but the ride with this group this year has been amaz­ing.

Thank you!

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