My Favorite Quotes
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 Kathryn Gilreath - “I knew when these girls were freshmen that they'd be good and get better every year. They have higher goals of winning a (state) championship, so district is just like the first stop for them.”
 Kathryn Gilreath - “I feel like we've got some real good players on the top on both sides, and I feel like we've got some depth on both sides. We just have a group of kids that compete really well, and that's a lot of it. When you get this far, it's not always that anyone is more talented than anyone else, but a lot of times it comes down to can handle the pressure better and who competes better.”
 Loretta Gilreath - “They know I'm gonna be graduating. I didn't go to high school, but it makes them understand that the sky's the limit.”
 Kathryn Gilreath - “It's pretty emotional. This is the group I had my first year, and I kind of feel like I'm a senior with them because I've been with them for four years. I'll be sad to see them go.”
 Loretta Gilreath - “It's hard with homework and things like that. I don't really have time to set out and make a schedule. I mainly try to focus when I'm here, but I'm doing good overall.”
 Loretta Gilreath - “Once you know math really good, you will see things in a different light. It will help me financially because I will go to college and do things that I never thought of.”
 Loretta Gilreath - “I had seen the advertisement at the Department of Human Services. I didn't know what Families First was all about. When I went there, in order to get the benefits, you had to go to school, and I never thought about getting my GED or improving myself to go to college. Ever since I came, I've considered that.”