Wilfong Town Finds Hoops at FSR at Wesleyan West Virginia

Wilfong Town Finds Hoops at FSR at Wesleyan West Virginia

When you looked at a state sheet after Fairmont basketball game for Senior girls this season, maybe the number of courts after jumping from the page. She had 11 points on average, helps 6, and 4 stole this season for the polar state bears hero. But that article was the bread and the last butter.

She was a polar bears protective bears, and it seemed that he would make the right protective reading, or the key key beats at the right time. In addition, if you attended a press conference graduate of the Coach Corey Hines, you left me knowing exactly who it was Courtney.

"I honestly think he might be excited than myself," Wilfong. "He pushed hard. As everyone knew it was my personal agent."

After many public pleadings from his garda to get a collision opportunity, Wilfong promised to take part in Mr Bobcats' wife in West West West this week. She also had tenders from Glenville State and West Virginia State.

"I love the game. The college was always a dream since I was in fourth grade."

She visited the Buckhannon campus in June and had only a "gut feeling" that Wesleyan was the school she intended to attend.

"Sometimes you get a vibe. It's a great educational school and I just heard good things."

The Lady Bobcats, under the Coach – brought things to Wilfong to work on in the summer.

"I really wanted to improve my confidence on shooting and handling balls as obviously my protection is one of my strengths already."

Wilfong finishes three of Polar Bears with Anysa Jordan (Eastern Kentucky) and Abby Faulkner (WV State) who plays college basketball. Wilfong and Faulkner will meet in the East Mountain Conference.

"I like playing against people I know. It's more competitive and fun. With Abby, I was playing with her and I never played against him, so it will be so cool do.

Wilfong was an integral part of two four-year state championship teams at Fairmont Senior (2017 & 2019), and her experience of winning these trophies with her colleagues was invaluable.

"Basketball is probably the only thing I miss from high school. The goal of everybody in school basketball is to win a championship competition and to say that I can do it twice but a goodbye." I get something like that. "


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