Bulldogs Back to State | VideoLee Timmerman | 11/13/2012
"It was really emotional. It was really exciting because they`re so tough and they`re so close so we had a lot of opportunities to play against them during the season and in tournaments and different stuff, so it felt good getting that win over them you know," said senior Micaela Meyer.
The current group of Bulldogs doesn`t have any playing experience at state, but many of them remember watching Flasher teams of the past reach the final week of the season.
"Some of them have older sisters that have played before so it`s something that as a school we`ve been able to enjoy before and it`s a really big deal and a special time for a new group of girls to be able to play at a state tournament," said head coach Jerlyn Gabrielson.
"My sister went to state as a junior and I got to go along, but I wasn`t on the team yet, but I always dreamed of it. It`s always something I wanted to do and finally got to do it our senior year," said senior McKenna Schmidt.
Flasher is the second quarterfinal match on Thursday in Minot. The Bulldogs first opponent is Kindred.