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MAYWOOD-HAYES CENTER WINTER SPORTS PREVIEW


Maywood-Hayes Center Girl's Basketball Looks Primed for Big 2022-2023 Season


Following a 23-4 season, it's no surprise that the Maywood-Hayes Center girl's basketball team looks to be one of the best in Class D1. And to go along with that, they return five players with starting experience. One of those key starters will be senior Olivia Hansen as she averaged 15 points and five steals per game and also another senior, Ashlin Broz who scored 10 points per game and nearly three assists per game last year.


In her 22nd year as a head coach, Kimberly Stengel had this to say about her group. "These girls are a very competitive and experienced group. They are energetic and we are looking forward to a fun season. We are very excited as we work towards achieving our season goals."


The Wolves begin the regular season on Friday, December 2nd when they take on Wallace at home.


Maywood-Hayes Center Boys Basketball Returns Experience


For the Maywood-Hayes Center Wolves, we haven't even rolled the ball onto the court, but on paper, they look like they will be a team that will cause some problems for opponents this year. They return a wealth of experience including four starters and then throw in the mix Haydn Kramer, a senior transfer from Medicine Valley that averaged a double-double last year at 23 points and ten rebounds. Kramer stands at 6'5. Haydn Farr will be another key contributor as he stands at 6'4, a junior, and averaged 12 points, and nine rebounds.


"If we can play (and) practice with consistent effort and everyone learn and excel in their roles, we will be a very tough team to beat," said head coach of the Wolves, Kolby Hamilton.


The Wolves begin the regular season on Friday, December 2nd when they take on Wallace at home.


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