JORDAN HOLLAND The Marietta Times
Waterford’s Brooke Drayer delivers a pass during a game. An all-around basketball player, she’s been very instrumental in the Lady Wildcats’ success on the hardwood.
Grade-point average: 3.6
Sports: Volleyball and basketball
College: Undecided; will likely play basketball and major in business management
Question: What are some of the most memorable moments in your high school athletic career?
Answer: Definitely getting my 1,000th career point in basketball. In volleyball, we were a part of some pretty good teams. We didn't get as far as we would have liked too in the tournament, though.
Q: In basketball, you play in the same back court as your sister Dani. Has that been special at all?
A: I mean, not really. We actually don't get along all the time. We butt heads a lot. I'm sure I've helped her out with some stuff and she looks up to me, I just don't always see it.
Q: The Waterford girls' basketball team has played a very tough schedule this season. Do you think playing such tough opponents will prepare you for the upcoming tournament?
A: I think it's helped us a lot. The TVC is pretty weak, so scheduling tough games is important. We haven't done very well in those games. We've won some and we've lost some. But overall, I think it's made us better.
Q: Considering how the team has done in the regular season, what are you're expectations for the postseason?
A: I think we can make it pretty far. Our team has been kind of bipolar this season. We'll come out one night and play pretty well and then come out another night and look terrible. But I think everyone is pumped for the tournament. We should do pretty well.
- Jordan Holland