Ramona Boys and Girls Club basketball Star Standouts

For week ending Jan. 11

Boys 3rd/4th Grade Division

Carson Ward

Carson Ward, 8, is a third-grader at James Dukes Elementary. His best subject is math. He is a hard worker and pays close attention to his coaches. He loves football and basketball equally, although he has been playing basketball since biddy ball in first grade. Carson is excited to be chosen as the Star Standout.

Girls 3rd/4th/5th Grade Division

Gwen Espina

Gwen Espina, 11, is a fifth-grader at Barnett Elementary. She plays basketball for the girls travel team, Ramona Rampage, and the Boys and Girls Club. Gwen has also played two years of baseball in Ramona’s Pony League, and has taken an interest in snowboarding. When not playing sports, she enjoys singing, traveling, and hanging out with friends and family.

Boys 5th/6th Grade Division

Micah Bowman

Micah Bowman, a sixth-grader at Hanson Elementary School, is 11 years old. He enjoys reading and his favorite subject is language arts. Micah has found a love in basketball. The best thing about basketball, he said, is helping the team to win. If he wasn’t playing sports in Ramona, he would be at the beach boogie-boarding or hanging out with friends.

Girls 6th/7th/8th Grade Division

Julia Plantz

Julia Plantz, 13, loves basketball. In addition to her Boys and Girls Club team, the Flying Dynamite Pickles, she plays on Ramona Rampage travel basketball team. She had an undefeated season with the Olive Peirce Middle School 7th grade volleyball team. When she’s not participating in sports, Julia plays six musical instruments, and is in the OPMS jazz and advanced bands.

Boys 7th/8th Grade Division

Gavin Lucas

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