Basketball preview: Otterville girls


Dalanney Stone tries to get past a defender during a game last season against Bunceton.


Otterville's Natalie Schoen tries to dribble through a press during a game against Windsor last season.


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Dalanney Stone tries to get past a defender during a game last season against Bunceton.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_Ott-girls.jpgDalanney Stone tries to get past a defender during a game last season against Bunceton.

Otterville’s Natalie Schoen tries to dribble through a press during a game against Windsor last season.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_OTT-girls-2.jpgOtterville’s Natalie Schoen tries to dribble through a press during a game against Windsor last season.

2014-15 record: 6-20

Who’s back: Kelsey Lynn, Grace Draffen, Katie Schoen, Natalie Schoen, Hannah Benny, Dalanney Stone, Bobbi Jo Schoen, Katelyn Young

Who’s gone: No one. The Lady Eagles had no seniors on their roster in 2014-15.

Outlook: The move into the Kaysinger could come with some growing pains for the Lady Eagles. Playing several Kaysinger schools last year in non-conference games, the Lady Eagles were 3-8 against their new conference rivals. Two of those wins came against Smithton, the conference rivals just a few miles away, and the third came in the district semifinal against Green Ridge. Though one of the losses was by two points to Lincoln in the Otterville Holiday Classic, some of the others were not as close, such as losses early in the year to Windsor and Tipton.

They do return Dalanney Stone who last season became a focal point for the Otterville offense even though she was a freshman.

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