Tyler Slick/Staff Writer
The Ketchikan Lady Kings (3-1) will host the Sitka Lady Wolves this weekend.
The Lady Kings and Lady Wolves have not played each other since the 2017-2018 season when the Kings went 2-1 with each team winning on their home court.
Junior Haley Gilson said the Lady Kings are doing everything they can to prepare for this weekend from a mental and physical aspect.
“Were trying new stuff out, and doing a lot more conditioning and personal drills to make ourselves more prepared for Sitka while not knowing what they are going to throw at us,” said Gilson.
Gilson said a major factor in their preparation is finding different ways to move the ball and get unguarded looks at the rim.
“We are trying to build our offence by using different types of ball movement to get more open shots,” said Gilson.
Compared to Juneau Douglas, last year the Lady Wolves went 0-3 against the Lady Bears when the Lady Kings ended with 1-5.