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Girls basketball preview: Wrenshall Wrens

The Wrens have plenty of speed on the 2021 squad, but low numbers will be a challenge.

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Wrenshall's Abbi Resberg takes a shot during a 2019 game against Carlton. Resberg is one of two returning starters in 2021 for the Wrens. File / Pine Journal

Head coach: Daimen LaFave

Assistant coaches: Wayne Sowada

Returning starters: Abbie Resberg and Janae Sjodin

New Faces: Brooke Kent, Katie Line, Frenchie Klimek and Liberty Bilges

Team Strengths: Team speed, according to coach Daimen LaFave.

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Biggest Challenge: "It's a numbers game and we are short on numbers," LaFave said.

Coach's assessment

"We have been here before," LaFave said. "The numbers come in waves and right now we are at low tide. There are 10 kids out for basketball in grades 9-12, and we are young. Five do have some varsity experience, so the biggest challenge will be to get the new additions on the same page."

Jamey Malcomb has a been high school sports reporter for the Duluth News Tribune since October 2021. He spent the previous six years covering news and sports for the Lake County News-Chronicle in Two Harbors and the Cloquet Pine Journal. He graduated from the George Washington University in 1999 with a bachelor's degree in history and literature and also holds a master's degree in secondary English education from George Mason University.
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