But Blue River still has senior center Ally Madden, one of the best players in the region's interior and sharpshooting junior Maci Chamberlin and plenty of Mut 22 coins depth around them to make an appearance in another event.
Although winning four consecutive sectional championships will break the school record in the process, the Vikings still have many steps to take toward being a definite postseason contender.
"I do not know, because we're still in the process of growing. I'd like to see us grow into a team capable accomplishing this. I don't think we're there yet," Bales said of the team's chances of winning the sectional championship. "We've got to learn how to defend better ... be careful not to make the errors that don't have to be forced. Therefore, we've got some learning to work on, and certainly (a divisional name) is where we hope to be."
Although winning four consecutive sectional championships would break the school's record but the Vikings still have many steps to take towards becoming a real postseason rival.
"I am not sure because we still have to grow. I'm hoping that we will become the kind of team capable of accomplishing that. I don't think that we're yet there," Bales said of the team's chance at a sectional championship. "We've to work on learning to defend better ... try not to buy Madden 22 coins have the turnovers that don't have to be forced. So we've got some growing to do. Certainly (a the sectional titles) is where we hope to get."