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Sierra Batchelor is one of only three returning players with experience for Central, which lost two players to injury and two others who moved. Batchelor will be counted on for a lot of the scoring for the Warriors.

Central focus

Warriors want to show they have plenty of fight this season

Just because the Central High School girls basketball team seems like it’s in start-over mode this season doesn’t mean the members of this year’s team are disheartened.
Quite the opposite.
“I just want to show everyone in the Southwestern League that Central isn’t a team that you can just put down and walk all over anymore,” senior point guard Sierra Batchelor said. “We want to give everyone a run for their money.”


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