JV girls basketball rallies for a comeback against Burlingame

Avery Adams, Staff Writer

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  • A focused Caitlin Caslow clears her head as she prepares to take a free throw.

  • Sophomore Jen Dirstine advances Carlmont's lead as she scores off of a free throw. "When I'm shooting free throws, I try not to over think it. I just try to clear my mind, set my feet, set my elbows up, and let my shooting instinct take over," said Dirstine.

  • Mikayla Fong gets low as she braces herself to defend against Burlingame's attack.

  • Sydney Adair steals the ball from an opposing player as she dribbles it up the sideline. "There was a lot of hype over this game because we haven't beaten Burlingame in a long time. I was nervous and excited due to the high expectations," said Adair.

  • Head Coach Eric Caslow motivates the team after falling behind in the first half. "We talked about going out strong in the second half and playing our version of basketball, to play Carlmont basketball. And we did just that. We got in a good groove and put it all out on the court," said Dirstine.

  • A Burlingame defender pressures junior Ahna Kay as she fights to keep possession of the ball.

  • Caitlin Caslow struggles against an opposing defender in order to get a shot off.

  • "Our team is very special in that we click very well and are very supportive of one another. I love my teammates, and hearing their cheers just reminds me that I can do it, and I know they feel the same when I cheer them on," said Dirstine.

  • Carlmont holds the lead as Ahna Kay leaps through the Burlingame defender for a layup.

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