MUSKEGON — Like most teammates, Anna Lundquist and Andrea Romero-Serrano don’t have everything in common, but they definitely share the same goal.
They want to win and have fun doing it.
Earlier this week, CatchMark SportsNet’s Tate Stine caught up with two players from the Oakridge’s girls basketball squad that play different but vital roles.
Lundquist, a 6-2 junior, has been on a tear offensively and she also anchors Oakridge’s defense. She’s averaging a double-double in points and rebounds. Lundquist leads the West Michigan Conference in rebounding (11.4 per game), while she’s second in scoring (15.8 ppg).
Romero-Serrano, a 5-foot-5 senior, runs the point for the Eagles and she has done a great job all year of limiting her turnovers and running the show while defending her position. Romero-Serrano is averaging 2.1 assists per contest.
During the interview, Lundquist and Romero-Serrano were asked a series of questions about themselves and about basketball. They revealed their worst fears, favorite memories and even their hidden talents.
Oakridge (10-3 overall, 5-2 WMC Lakes) has a big game tonight (Friday, Jan. 27) at Ludington, which leads the division at 10-3 and 7-0, respectively.
Click on the video at the top of this article to see the full interview with Lundquist and Romero-Serrano.
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