It helps that the soccer and volleyball teams both made the postseason.
“They came in far better shape than last year,” Karnofski said. “This was the first time for the soccer kids getting an extra week of conditioning.”
Grace Pelletier, a 5-foot-10 senior, will take over the rebounding role of Naugle. Payton Kessler, a 5-7 sophomore, is expected to score more.
Also in the rotation is senior Averee Perdue (5-4), junior Veda Frost (5-6), sophomore Jenna Lee (5-8) and freshman Ella Anderson (5-7).
“Our goal is to compete in the playoffs and not just show up,” Karnofski said. “Last year we didn’t have a real good showing because we hadn’t been there. We expect things to go a little different this year.”