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By James McAfee
MUNDAY—The Munday Mogulettes finished short of their ultimate goal, ending a successful season with a 23-6 record after falling to No. 8-ranked May in the area round last week.
“The playoff loss was the toughest loss I have had in my career thus far,” said Coach Richard Ramsey. “These girls have worked their butts off all year and had the potential to do something real special, but when shots aren’t falling that night it makes it tough.
“I would not trade any of these girls for the world. I love each one of them and am proud of what they were able to accomplish this year! They were a great group and one that was bought in completely.
“I am really going to miss our two seniors (Carlie Willison and Alexa Vega) and the leadership that they brought. They were tremendous pieces these last two years and have helped us into building this program and accomplishing a feat of the first back-to-back district basketball championships in 30 years. These two girls are irreplaceable and will always hold a special place in my heart. I cannot say enough good things about this team and those seniors.”
Looking back at the loss to May, Ramsey said the shots just would not fall for the Mogulettes. “We missed a lot of easy ones and blew some defensive assignments that put us in a hole going into the fourth quarter. Allie Willison played an incredible game for us, but ultimately we fell just short to a great May team.”