Girls basketball senior night

Girls basketball senior night

Print Friendly, PDF & Email

FC girls basketball honors six seniors at the annual senior night, Feb. 5. Seniors include, Julia Fikse, Ashley Zamarripa, Angelica Escalera, Macie Thompson, Alina Davila and Hannah Estes.

FC defeats Wonderful College Prep Academy, 45-37, at their home game. Congrats to the FC girls basketball team for ending the season as co-champs in the East Sierra league.

Avery Jones | The Feather Online

Alina Davila plays post on the FC basketball team.

Alina Davila

How long have you been playing basketball?

I have been playing basketball for 3 years.

What is your favorite part about basketball?

My favorite part of basketball is seeing how the team with each individual member grows and gets better and finds their place in how to help the team become one. 

What is your favorite memory from the FC basketball team?

My favorite memory from FC basketball team is being on the side lines and hearing Tali Hill cheering on the team! 

Avery Jones | The Feather Online

Macie Thompson plays guard on the FC basketball team.

Macie Thompson

How long have you been playing basketball?

I have been playing basketball since the 5th grade but took a break during 7th grade cause I broke my arm. 

What is your favorite part about basketball?

My favorite part about basketball is all of the awesome memories we all made as we grew our friendships.

What is your favorite memory from the FC basketball team?

My favorite memory is from our sophomore year sleepover at the Davila’s house. The upperclassmen surprised all of the sophomores with not letting them go to sleep and we made a lot of fun moments that we will always remember. 

Avery Jones | The Feather Online

Julia Fikse plays guard on the FC basketball team.

Julia Fikse

How long have you been playing basketball?

I have been play since 5th grade but took a break for most of the season junior year.

What is your favorite part about basketball?

My favorite part about basketball is how close we get as a team. We always make sure we bind together with lunches, sleepovers or some sort of get together. 

What is your favorite memory from the FC basketball team?

My favorite memory of basketball was the sleepover when the other players made my class (as sophomores) stay up all night. They wouldn’t let us sleep but since we got mad (or some cried) and we ended up being able to sleep around 4:30 am.

Avery Jones | The Feather Online

Ashley Zamarripa plays point guard on the FC basketball team.

Ashley Zamarripa

How long have you been playing basketball?

I have been playing basketball since 3rd grade.

What is your favorite part about basketball?

My favorite part of basketball is bonding and playing with my team.

What is your favorite memory from the FC basketball team?

My favorite memory from basketball was going to coast union and staying in a house with my team and staying up late and bonding. 

 

Avery Jones | The Feather Online

Angelica Escalera plays guard and post on the FC basketball team.

Angelica Escalera

How long have you been playing basketball?

This is my first year playing basketball.

What is your favorite part about basketball?

Playing with a new team and trying something new.

What is your favorite memory from the FC basketball team?

In the first game of the season I accidentally made a 3 pointer and everyone was shocked and excited.

 

To read more about girls basketball read Girls basketball participate in December tournaments or Breaking: Varsity girls basketball hosts tournament, Nov. 19-20.

For more Feather photos, visit media, photos 2018-19.

Follow The Feather via Twitter @thefeather, Instagram @thefeatheronline and Facebook @thefeatheronline.

Your voice is important to us. Share your opinion in the comment box located beneath the Related Posts section.
By |2019-02-08T11:09:20+00:00February 8th, 2019|Photos 2018-19|0 Comments

About the Author:

Avery Jones
Avery Jones, ‘20, recently developed a love of photography after returning from a missions trip to Johannesburg, South Africa. Through door to door ministry and running kids camps, Jones gained a deeper understanding that people simply need to be loved. This experience grew in her a passion to capture stories of humanity from behind the lens. When Jones isn’t volunteering or photographing for The Feather Online, you can find her playing sports. Soccer keeps her driven as she has played since six years old. Also a part of CSF, and a member of her school's ASB leadership council, Avery mentors junior high girls all year long in a campus club called Sister to Sister. Jones plans on becoming a nurse at a four-year university after spending a year as a part time missionary in South Africa.

Leave A Comment

Fresno Christian Schools - 7280 N. Cedar Ave., Fresno, CA 93720 - 559.229.1695 Facebook Soundcloud Twitter Vimeo Instagram Email SmugMug February 17, 2019 - 02:57 am