We will have a follow-up on the story below coming soon to SSN, Kyndall has just started her Senior season at Dugger- the story below is from June of 2016.
Kyndall Foli – June 23, 2016 ·
As I sit here tonight and watch the NBA draft I couldn’t help but think, basketball isn’t just a sport to me. It’s a lifestyle.
I love everything about the game.
From the long practices to the nail biting games. The gym has become my home away from home. Basketball for me is a stress reliever. I have developed a deep love for this game.
I have came a long way from when I first started playing. I was a terrible shooter, I couldn’t play defense, let alone know how to read it. I just wasn’t a player.
I dedicated my off-season of my Sophomore year to work on my game. It has been the best choice I have made in my life. Now I can shoot, dribble, play defense and read it. I’m now a well rounded player.
During my Sophomore season I averaged 8.6 points per contest. I also grabbed 4.5 rebounds to go with 1.3 assists and 1.7 steals per game. I also knocked down 43 3-pointers in 14 games. I made the girls Sullivan All-County basketball team, and was selected MVP for the season by my team. That’s not too bad for a high school Sophomore.
I want to thank my coaches for pushing me to be the player I am today. Thank you to my parents for their unconditional love and support. Thank you for standing behind my decision to dedicating myself to this sport. I want to also thank my teammates for believing in me even when I didn’t. You guys are the best!
Most importantly I want to thank God for giving me the opportunity to play basketball. Without him I wouldn’t be here. Lastly, as my idol that I look up to,
Stephen Curry, said
“Be the best version of yourself in anything you do. You don’t have to live anybody else’s story.”
Another Facebook was written by Kyndall in July: