Turning the script with new semester


Continuing their firing streak, Diamond Bar High School girls basketball continue exhibiting their control over the court. Showing substantial improvement from prior years, the girls won their most recent game against Walnut, 49-47.
“The game was total team effort, coming out with great defensive energy and it carried over to our defense,” head coach Jessica Samson said via iMessages.
With all the success, the team is focusing to continue their training intensity in hopes to refine their skills for their upcoming games.
“We struggle with communicating with each other, which has been something we’ve been trying to work on,” sophomore Erika Liang said via Instagram.
Earning lots of recognition and racking 20 points on average each game, sophomore Erika Liang has continued to show her domination on the court. Liang earned the MVP title during their game against Rowland scoring 20 points.
“We have a tough match up with Walnut, we won by three last time,” Samson said. “We will be looking forward to the tough battle ahead.”
The Lady Brahmas look forward to facing more competition, with goals to beat Los Altos in their next game on Jan. 25 as the girls hope to continue their undefeated league record.
The team holds an overall record of 16-3 and a league record of 6-0.