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〘〘〘 Gwangju High School coach Seung-yeon Seung: “If we have good luck, we can advance to the semifinals.” 〙〙〙

"Three seats were full and only one was available. I thought it would be nice if my school was there, too."

Gwangsan High School coach Woo Seung-yeon, who watched the draw for the 61st Spring Youth Women's High Basketball Association (hereinafter referred to as Spring Festival) on Feb. 28, hoped to advance to Group E, which includes Sangsan Electronics High School, Yeosu Hwayang High School, and Gangwon National University of Education. The wish came true.

There is no easy team in advertising. There are only teams worth trying. Three teams were in Group E. People around me said I could win the first place in the group. I don't know if I could win the group, but I felt like I could pass the preliminary round. However, I was worried because the starters were players and freshmen who hadn't played many games.

It was a good start. They beat Kangwon National University High School by 30 points. Woo said with a smile, "The kids gained their confidence by winning the first game, and they got it by a big margin." They also beat Yeosu Hwayang High School, which they thought was their most difficult opponent, by 19 points. They also beat Sangsan Electronic High School by 21 points and advanced to the final as first place in their group. This is the first time in six years that the team has advanced to the spring final since 2018.

She said, "I had a lot of practice matches with college teams in the winter. It was a huge help," adding, "It was tough because of my height and physical stamina, but it was a good experience for the players." Players' confidence has increased through the spring season. It must have been a good experience."

Lee Yul (186, 3rd grade), who won the last national competition as a CF, was a player from Jeonju. He spent a long time in the outskirts of basketball. The supply and demand of players were difficult. Many students like basketball, but few want to play elite basketball. Lee Yul (186, 3rd grade), who averaged 36.7 points in three preliminary games, was also a player from Jeonju.

Lee started playing basketball when he was in elementary school. "I have good basic skills and shooting skills," Woo said with a smile. "But I didn't know I could score so many points." Lee performed poorly in the round of 16 teams against Songdo High School. He only scored seven points until the third quarter as he was hampered by the opponent team's defense. "It was my first time playing in the finals, so I felt a lot of pressure. Next time, the good team will win the championship," Lee said. The commercial will have its first KFA match against Songdo High School on Wednesday.

Lee Seung-won (197·3) can be a variable for the Songdo Classic. He has short ball power. He started exercising in the summer of 2021.
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