“When they started playing boys, you didn’t see them as girls. You saw them as basketball players,” said Hoop Dreams club coach Shambric Williams of Centennial teammates Tori Williams, dribbling, and Dominique Williams (No. 42 in back). “I think the speed, the strength really didn’t bother them. They just loved to play and compete.”
“When they started playing boys, you didn’t see them as girls. You saw them as basketball players,” said Hoop Dreams club coach Shambric Williams of Centennial teammates Tori Williams, dribbling, and Dominique Williams (No. 42 in back). “I think the speed, the strength really didn’t bother them. They just loved to play and compete.” Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com
“When they started playing boys, you didn’t see them as girls. You saw them as basketball players,” said Hoop Dreams club coach Shambric Williams of Centennial teammates Tori Williams, dribbling, and Dominique Williams (No. 42 in back). “I think the speed, the strength really didn’t bother them. They just loved to play and compete.” Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com

Centennial High teammates raise the bar on girls basketball in Idaho

February 11, 2016 11:42 PM