Brookwood High School’s girls’ basketball team has been the region runner-up for four consecutive years. However, this year a change in had plans when, through hard work and dedication, the team took home the 2020 state championship title this past season.
Todd Webb, who has coached at Brookwood for two years, said that it was an amazing feeling to see all those practices finally pay off. He believes that a part of their success had a lot to do with the brutal scheduling.
“The strength of schedule we played this season was the toughest Brookwood has ever played,” he said. “The fact that we won 18 games playing against several schools with more than 2500 students, defending state champions and All-Americans is quite an accomplishment in my eyes. There’s no way we would’ve won the 1st girls basketball state championship in our school’s history if we hadn’t challenged ourselves with a brutal schedule.”
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