“Going into the season our plan was to challenge ourselves with the schedule to make sure we were prepared going into state,” Schwab said. “We purposely wanted it to be tough for the girls and they like to be challenged. In that aspect, we've planned a little bit better going into the postseason this year than in the past.”
Heritage Hall won four consecutive state championships from 2005-08, but hasn't won one since. For the seniors, it's important to leave behind a legacy of their own in a tradition-rich program that has a total of eight state championships.
“The three seniors, we're pretty close and we've been together here since middle school,” Grace said. “It would mean a lot to win it with them. And it's pretty important to all three of us to get a state championship and add to the tradition here.”
The Chargers close out the regular-season schedule Thursday night at OCS and will begin the postseason on Oct. 8 in the regional tournament.
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