BALDWIN \u2014 Weniesha Newman is a senior for the Baldwin girls basketball team, which will be looking to break into the win column next week when it returns from the holidays for the rest of the season. Newman is usually playing in the post for the Panthers. Rebounds and putbacks are what Newman focuses on when she\u2019s on the court. She\u2019s satisfied with how she\u2019s done so far. The Baldwin senior said she\u2019s improved \u201ca lot\u201d from last year. She\u2019s been able to learn her role more effectively. \u201cI was like warming up, but now I\u2019m in there already,\u201d she said. Rebounding has been an improvement for Newman, she indicated. \u201cI just need to put it up more,\u201d Newman said. \u201cThe key to rebounding is posting up, boxing out. You have to cut in and push them out so one of your teammates can get the ball or you can go up there and get it yourself.\u201d It\u2019s an assignment Newman feels is coming more natural to her as a senior. She\u2019s working on putting the ball up more often to get points. The Panthers resume action Wednesday at home with Brethren. \u201cWe\u2019re looking a lot better,\u201d Newman said. \u201cLast year, against Pentwater we lost by a lot. This year, (it was closer). We\u2019re a team now, and do what we need to do.\u201d Another focus has been cutting back on turnovers and the Panthers continue to try hold down their number of miscues, Newman added.