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CTA girls basketball off and running

The Creative Technologies Academy girls’ basketball season is underway and looking forward to the opener against Zion Christian on November 30. This will be the Chargers’ second season with head coach Robin Greene and new assistant Bethany George.  The team returns eight players from last year, and looks to improve their overall record. Seniors Ashley Witherspoon, Trisha Davies, Heather Harris, Evie Ramirez, and newcomer senior Danielle Davies are excited about the potential of this team.

“I’m really excited about seeing the improvement from last year, and I think we have a great group of girls who have worked hard in the off season,” said Witherspoon. Coach Greene agreed. “We have come a long way from last year, and I am looking forward to seeing every player meet their full potential,” she said.

This year the Chargers will extend their season into late February.  They will be traveling to a tournament in Traverse City in mid-January, and then finishing at West Michigan Academy of Environmental Science for their End-of-Season Tournament.  Greene says, “We are improving our schedule every year by gaining more games which will continue to build a successful, well-established program here at Creative Technologies Academy.”

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