An abundance of athletes is always a good thing. Even if those players’ primary sports aren’t basketball.
Woodland has at least five future collegiate athletes, only one of which is a basketball-first player.
“They’re a little rusty basketball-wise,” said coach Glen Flanagan as he enters he 23rd season. “But they know what it takes to be a good athlete.”
Payten Foster will lead the show for the Beavers. She averaged 14 points per game last year.
Softball standouts Kaily Christensen, a College of Idaho commit, and Kelly Sweyer, a University of Montana commit, are savvy ballhandlers. University of Idaho track signee Nicole Guthrie can haul in double-digit rebounds. Fellow track standout and Camas transfer Lucy George will provide athleticism off the bench.