Lil' Dribblers show off their skills


January 27, 2022

Rebecca Maupin

Lil' Dribblers, back row left to right (second graders): Maggie Geis, Bentley Hansen, Adalynn Speidel, Millie Hoard, Kate Dailey, Kendall Sproul, Maesyn Housey, Natalie Halverson, Molly Miller, Khloe Housey, Ella Ellsbury, Jax Franzen, CK McDonald; middle row (first graders): Kason Rasmussen, Dakota Linder, Ivan Stanford, Bridger Query, Kase Erickson, Pendri Johnson, Thomas Maupin, Brady Bock, Grady Bifulco, Brayker Stensland; front (kindergarten): Maura Haugen, Aspen McDonald, Jace Keahey, Riley Maupin, Jayden Dennis, Briar Gross, Trey Keahey, Sadie Linder, Liv Ellsbury, Laura Stark, Tucker Abraham, Morgan Geis, Rix Jagow, Garett Hansen, Levi Wall, Jhett Olson, Matthew Miller, Ethan Sigel, Delilah Croell, Baze Negard.

Although the high school game against Big Horn was postponed, the Sundance Elementary Lil' Dribblers were still able to perform. Filling the stands on Saturday afternoon, the Lil' Dribblers, grades kindergarten through 2nd, stepped on the court to show off their basketball dribbling skills.

These Lil' Dribblers had practiced their skills for a month throughout the fall and reviewed their skills for a week before their big performance on Saturday. Led by Marcy Williamson and a handful of volunteers, the Lil' Dribblers lit up the gym with their skills.

This is the fifth year of the program and Coach Williamson had a total of 65 kids participate. After the performance, Molly Miller received the Most Valuable Dribbler award.

Rebecca Maupin

Coach Williamson with Most Valuable Dribbler Molly Miller.


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