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Sara Eidman
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Name: Sara Eidman

Age: 17

Sport: Nevada Union varsity girls basketball



Big game: Scored a team-high 10 points, including two 3-pointers in 63-39 loss to Kennedy Friday.

Interests: “I like coaching youth league girls basketball. (NU teammate) Ali Parrott and I do it together and it’s a lot of fun.”




Favorite book: “Into Thin Air” by Jon Krakauer

Movie: Sixteen Candles

TV show: Alias

Food:Caesar salad

Personal theme song: “Respect” by Aretha Franklin

Person I admire: “My sister, Lesa”

What everyone should know about me: “I’m very spontaneous and always like to have fun.”

Greatest achievement: “My GPA (3.7), because I’ve worked very hard at it.”

Future plans: “I don’t know which college, but most likely a four-year school. I’ll probably major in agriculture.”

Name: Nicole Scott

Age: 17

Sport: Bear River varsity girls basketball

Big game: Scored 11 points and grabbed eight rebounds in 59-35 win over Pioneer Valley League opponent Mesa Verde Friday.

Interests: “Soccer and I played golf this year for the first time.”

Favorite book: “Waiting” by Debra Ginsberg

Movie: “Alice in Wonderland, the best movie ever.”

TV show: The Osbournes

Food: Enchiladas

Personal theme song: “Aw naw” by Nappy Roots

Person I admire: “I admire my dad (James) a lot, because he’s given up a lot for me and my brother. He’s always there for us.”

What everyone should know about me: “I’m very outgoing and like to have fun.”

Greatest achievement: “Probably making the varsity basketball team as a sophomore.”

Future plans: “Hopefully Chico State or the University of Nevada-Reno. I want to play soccer or basketball in college and study social work.”


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