Webster relies on experience

Brooke Hetfeld putting up a basket against Luck.

The Webster girls team has been able to use their experienced seniors to start the season 4-1. That experience has helped with the various game situations the Tigers have found themselves in.

Head Coach Max Anderson told the Sentinel they have a balanced attack on offense and don’t have one focal player.

“Which is good against teams so they can’t key on one player,” Anderson said.

Last Friday Webster defeated Luck 52-45.

“Our game Friday night was the first game we had a full squad back and playing so we're going to continue to keep learning from each other and keep growing in the offense and on defense.”

He did point out that Brooke Hetfeld is averaging a double-double with points and rebounds through five games. She is also closing in on 400 rebounds in her career.

“Excited to see how far we can go this season, its an excellent group of kids to work with and we are hopeful to continue knocking out goals every week!” Anderson said.

The Tigers have a three-game home stretch coming up. They host Siren on Tuesday, Unity on Friday and Turtle Lake next Tuesday.