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CCHS Girls JV Basketball
Girls Basketball Coach
Cascade Christian Coach
Head Coach: Loren KingCCHS Girls JV Basketball 2008
"We struggled early on," Cascade Christian coach Loren King said."This is a huge win for us," King said."This is a confidence builder when you've got young kids playing on a team."The Challengers advance to face St. Mary's in the championship today at 5:15 p.m. at The Pavilion."I'm sure St. Mary's will test us," King said.
Highway 140 crash kills one, injures three
"It's a tragedy for the family," said Loren King, Cascade Christian's girls basketball coach and family friend."Their church and friends have rallied to support them, and their faith is helping, too."The Gettmans have 16 children under the age of 28, with many involved in high school sports.King said the accident occurred as eight family members were headed home in the van from a birthday party in Klamath Falls.
Cascade Christian coach Loren King expressed satisfaction with his team's hustle and execution Thursday at The Pavilion against Gold Beach."We were taking good shots - we're talking layins," King said."She was on," King said of Moore.
Illinois Valley News Vol. 73 No. 44 Dated: January 12, 2011
Lady Cougar players scored at least ten points in every quarter, overcoming Prospect with unified team play and the ability to spot and control the opponents' strengths, head coach Loren King said.
"They were ready to play," King said. "It was the first game that we've had four solid quarters where we scored well in all four." This time, many teammates contributed points for the Cougars. King said Laurissa Tausaga and Carly Jensen scored ten apiece and Kristen Vidales had 11 points. "We played 14 girls and 12 of them scored," King added. The consistent theme for this team all season has been setting goals: meeting one small goal, moving on to another, and eventually the pieces begin to fall into place. According to King, confidence is growing and the individual players are learning how to bring their skills together in a cohesive effort. But there's still plenty of work to do for the Lady Cougars. "We're starting to get on the same page and that's really important," King said. "We have to continue to develop our basic skills and realize how to play hard for four quarters. You can get very tired, but part of it is the mental toughness to play when you're tired and realize you can do it." Prospect Charter is a 1A team from Prospect, Ore., which King says is similar to Illinois Valley in many ways. Both teams are fairly inexperienced and both are working to gain confidence in each game they play. "We controlled the boards last night and that was a big difference in the ball game," King said. "Jessica VanWormer is a good outside shooter. But she had one basket for the game." The defense was also a primary part of the win. King said Thea Barker Cortrecht, Meghan Householder and Samantha Frederick had big games, keeping the Prospect Cougars main scorers at bay. They're an advanced opponent who's been to the State tournament and they want to go back," King said.