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By Pierre Bibbs

Lady Mavericks Basketball 2021-22

Lady Mavericks, with 18, open season 3-1


December 15, 2021

The 2021-22 North Country Lady Mavericks. Back row from left to right: Assistant Coach Amber Strommen, Head Coach Amber Erickson, Jessa Erickson, Paige Wasson, Teagan Erickson, Kendall Scheffelmear, Hannah Hanley, Mattea McColly, Assistant Coach Charlene Wasson, manager CharLee McColly. Middle Row left to right: Cienna Strommen, Josie Brown, Ava Hanley, Berkley Hillman, Layna Jones, Zora Holt, and Shelbi LaBrie. Bottom Row: Manager Kennedy Simonson, Zandora Longtree, Kora LaBrie, Jaycee Erickson, and manager Emerson Downing. Photo by Right Track Media.

The Lady Mavericks basketball team's 2021 postseason ended in heartbreak as the team lost the state championship 74-60 to the Fort Benton Longhorns.

The team hopes to get back and will try to do it with record numbers, as the team welcomes 18 athletes this year. The numbers are helpful, but the team will have big shoes to fill after losing two of their five 2021 All-State athletes, Kia Wasson and Kaitlyn McColly to graduation.

"The girls have been working very hard, have great team chemistry and are excited to get the season rolling," Lady Mavs Head Coach Amber Erickson said. "We have hi...

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