This 2013 Lady Chicks squad has been playing together for at least three years, some even more than that. Their skill level should now be on par with some of the top programs in Oklahoma, Waters said.
"We've had this group since seventh grade," Waters said. "Their skill level is getting up there to the level it can compete with some of the better programs in the state. We should be a lot more competitive with the tougher teams this year."
The Lady Chicks start the season on Aug. 15 with a home game against Union City at 4 p.m.