We’re just two months away from the Kentucky Basketball Sweet 16 and two weeks away from the Louisville Invitational Tournament. The most popular of both is SACRED HEART. It’s going for his third straight-state title. Valkyrie is undefeated in Kentucky, and he has 11 and 2 records this winter overall. Our Dominic Gate visits with Valkyrie. WLKY team this week. They love to compete, they love to play. And it’s not too hard. Get them for the game. SACRED HEART competed with NATION’S BEST. Nike He played two-for-two in Oklahoma’s Big City when he entered the Tournament of Champions. And St. John John’s Beat Them. We lost to number 5 La Jolla, but you know we beat Marion of Brazil early in the season. the best. The two-time state champion has just won senior Trinity Ralston, but has regained this core his group from last year’s state title his team, which included Gatorade Player of the Year Zakiya Johnson. You have to make sure everyone sticks together and take care of everyone. Make sure you work together, worry about yourself and others, and focus on one goal. I only have a goal in January because I’m ready to play some of the best teams I have to play. January, it’s biggest competition with the Louisville Invitational tournament at the end of the month, and February is loaded. Balcony hopes this demanding schedule will set them up for another special run. This is their team and they want to create memories and moments with this team. It was a lot of fun. I enjoy frying over our sake and we are the WLKY team of the week.
WLKY Sports Team of the Week: Sacred Heart Valkyries
WLKY Sports Team of the Week: Sacred Heart
Sacred Heart has competed against some of the best players in the country. “It’s not hard to get them into the game.” Valkyrie recently played at his tournament for Nike in Phoenix, Arizona, where he faced the #5 ranked team in the nation, finishing 2-2. ended with Conversations with some of the best,” said Mr. Moir. “We’re just going to focus on one goal,” Reagan Bender said. It’s competition.” In a loaded February, with the Louisville Invitational Tournament at the end of the month and featuring a rematch of the state finals against Brit East and tough intra-state competition against Mercy and Bowling Green among others, Valkyrie will be competing in this “This is their team and they want to create memories and moments with this team. It was fun.”
Sacred Heart competed against some of the best players in the country.
“They love to compete, they love to play,” said head coach Donna More. “It’s not hard to get them for games.”
The Valkyries recently played at the Nike Tournament in Phoenix, Arizona, where they faced the nation’s #5 ranked team and finished 2-2.
“Our kids feel they belong and have conversations with the best kids,” More said.
The two-time state champion has only one senior, Trinity Ralston, but the core group of last year’s state title team returns, including Gatorade Player of the Year Zakia Johnson.
“We have to be on the same page and work together and make sure we don’t worry about anyone else and only ourselves,” Ralston said. please [a state championship].”
Reagan Bender said, “Honestly, this is when our schedule gets the toughest because we play against the best teams in Kentucky. “Throughout January, it’s the biggest competition.”
With the Louisville Invitational Tournament at the end of the month, a rematch of the state finals against Brit East, and intense intra-state competition between Mercy and Bowling Green, Valkyrie hopes this schedule will get them ready. I’m hoping for another special run.
“This is their team and they want to create memories and moments with this team. It was fun.”