Baldwin anxious for next season’s basketball challenges

BALDWIN — Myah Lewis and Jaylee Warren are among the Baldwin girls basketball players who received quality time this season and are looking forward to next year.

Lewis is a sophomore who will be a junior next year. “Our season was better (from previous seasons) but I think it could be even better,” she said. “I think we could win districts next year.”

She’s already getting ready for 2016-17.

“Last week, I went to a camp at Morey Courts,” Lewis said last Thursday. “This weekend, I’m gong to another one at Morey Courts. I look on a lot of drills, defense and ball rotation on offense.”

It was a learning year for Lewis and Warren, a freshman.

“We did fine, but could have done better,” Warren said. “We need less turnovers and need to stay focused.”

Warren plans on playing Gus Macker at Ludington this summer.

“We were really confident going in the games,” Warren said. “Our first couple of games we were nervous, then we got confident.”

Several players return next year, which has Warren confident.

Warren is a sprinter and will run track this season. She was in middle school last season. She anticipates about eight on the girls team.