(Cadet) The Kingston Cougars girls basketball team has been on the up-and-up in recent years and reached double-digit wins last season for the first time since 2003 with a 10-16 finish.
Head coach Christian Moulton says he expects that steady progression to continue.
The Cougars did not lose a single player to graduation last year which should bode well for a team that reached double-digit wins.
Some of the playmakers this year will be seniors Ashley Johnston, Morgan Long, and Haley Piel and juniors McKenzy Martinez and Tanie Jenkins.
Most notable for Kingston is the return of junior Madison Nelson, who is one of the premier scorers in the area.
Last year Nelson averaged 26.8 points per game and reached over 1000 career points scored through just her first two years alone.
Moulton breaks down some of his team’s goals for the season.
With uncertainty abound heading into the winter sports season, coaches have had to emphasize taking advantage of each and every day even more so than they have in the past.
Moulton explains what his message has been to his team.
The Kingston girls basketball team will open the season on Monday when they travel to take on the Bismarck Indians.
Full Interview with Christian Moulton: