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Your Donations really do change lives!

The Siegel Girls’ Basketball team is proud to be hosting a Donation Drive to benefit Goodwill Industries of Middle Tennessee.  May 9th 10-2, in the Siegel High School parking lot.

Click the picture for a full-size printable to share with friends, neighbors, and employees.

Help us make a difference in our local community!
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Tryouts Soon!

FRESHMAN TRYOUTS

Thursday, May 28th 12:00 – 1:30 pm

**Please bring completed physical form and proof of residence

REMEMBER OUR CAMPS!

Siegel Middle School Team Camp for Girls and Boys Teams Girls–June 1 & 2, Boys–June 3 & 4)

Siegel High School Team Camp for Girls Teams (June 10 – 12)  Click HERE for brochure.

Contact Coach Bush for more information:  busha@rcschools.net

12th Annual Team Camp

 

 

 

 

It’s time!  Time for the 12th Annual Team Camp put on by the Siegel Girls Basketball program for you!  With a successful history of camps, more than 100 teams have participated in this great opportunity for learning and competing.  For more information, contact Alan Bush–615-904-3800, ext 29570, busha@rcs.k12.tn.us or Jay Seals–sealsj@rcs.k12.tn.us       Click here to download your pamphlet!  We look forward to seeing you this summer!

 
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Senior Night!

We hope you will join us for our last regular season game, as we celebrate our SENIORS at Senior Night!

Congratulations to the girls and their families!

Rebekah Jeurgens

Rebekah Jeurgens

Morgan Clemmer

Morgan Clemmer

Caroline Bass

Caroline Bass

It’s a New Season, and We are Ready to Play Ball!

Some of the faces have changed since last year, but the team spirit and drive have not.  We hope that you will come out Thursday evening to watch the Lady Stars play host to Independence High School in the official season opening game.  In the days to come, we’ll introduce you to the players so you’ll know who you are cheering!

We are always so grateful for the support of fans and families!

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Want to Play Ball? Try-Outs and Team Camp 2014

The 2013-2014 season has come to a close, but basketball is never really over.  (Sigh of relief by many)  Basketball try-outs for freshmen will by May 29 from 12:00 – 2:00 pm.

Siegel offers a great basketball camp in the summer, and we’d love for you to be a part of it.

Here is the link to the Team Basketball Camp page, with links to necessary forms.

 

We were up, Then we were down, but We came to play ball!

Tonight saw the end of the season for the Siegel Lady Stars, as they fell 44 – 57 to the Smyrna Lady Bulldogs in the District 7-AAA tournament.  There will be stories written by the sportswriters, but this story is not.  Having watched many of these young ladies play several seasons, it has been easy to develop great admiration for the effort they have been willing to put into the game.  When it would have been easy for most to give up, they never seemed to be willing to do that.  Neither did their coach.  It’s what you want to see in a ball game — courage, drive, and sticktoitiveness.  There was always that chance that they would come back to win.  And many times they did.

This is Erica Roberts.  She is a senior.  She had the game of her life, 19 points, 11 free throws.

This is Erica Roberts. She is a senior. She had the game of her life, 19 points, 11 free throws.

This is Maddie Francescon.  She is a senior.  She scored 2 points.  Her value to the game came in her ability to go after the ball, which she did all night.

This is Maddie Francescon. She is a senior. She scored 2 points. Her value to the game came in her ability to go after the ball, which she did all night.

This is Allison Bush.  She is a senior.  She scored 8 points, 6 of those from 3-pointers.

This is Allison Bush. She is a senior. She scored 8 points, 6 of those from 3-pointers.

This is Rachel Tracy.  She is a sophomore.  She scored 7 points, one 3-pointer.

This is Rachel Tracy. She is a sophomore. She scored 7 points, one 3-pointer.

This is Abrealla Wilson.  She is a junior.  She scored 2 points.  She sat out with fouls early in the game, but when she is in, she is a force with which to reckon.

This is Abrealla Wilson. She is a junior. She scored 2 points. She sat out with fouls early in the game, but when she is in, she is a force with which to reckon.

This is Morgan Clemmer.  She is a junior.  She scored 3 points with a 3-pointer, her specialty.

This is Morgan Clemmer. She is a junior. She scored 3 points with a 3-pointer, her specialty.

This is Rebekah Juergens.  She is a junior.  She scored 3 points with a three-point shot.  She doesn't mind putting up a fight to get the ball.

This is Rebekah Juergens. She is a junior. She scored 3 points with a three-point shot. She doesn’t mind putting up a fight to get the ball.

At the end of the first half, Siegel led 28 – 25, scoring 17 points in the second quarter.  Smyrna came back after half-time and matched that 17 points, putting Smyrna in the lead, where they would remain.

There is more to be written, more photos to be shared, but for tonight it seemed necessary to salute the young women who have made watching girls’ basketball a lot of fun for this fan.  Great job, Siegel Ladies!