Keshequa Lady Indians set to start again

Young roster returns coming off 21-4 success story last season

Frank Williams
The Express
Pete Piraino

NUNDA — Somehow, someway, the same old story unfolds in the girls basketball program at Keshequa Central School.

A Section V Hall of Fame coach by the name of Pete Piraino takes a small gathering of girls under his wing and in the end, there sprouts a tremendous amount of success! 

The Lady Indians are coming off of one of those seasons, and like many others in the state, did not have the opportunity to take it a step further. Keshequa captured not only the Livingston County Division III title last spring, but also the Section V, Class C2 crown as well! 

Following last year's 21-4 success story, here the page turns. 

Once again here in the shortened 2021 season coach Pete Piraino gives a modest assessment of this year's squad.

"Our team is inexperienced, but very willing to learn," Piraino said. "They are a very enjoyable group to coach." 

With a 10-12 game slate, the question for the orange & black is "how quickly will they learn?"

Trust me, if I know Pete Piraino, they will undoubtedly find a way.

  This year's Keshequa roster includes: 

  • Julia Wilkins So. F
  • Emilee Wright Sr. F
  • Cierra Claud Sr. F
  • Jade Wolfer Jr. F
  • Catrina Pierce  Jr. G
  • Aurora Sabins So. C
  • Anna Linde Fr. G
  • Kelsey Davis Fr. G
  • Ava Thayer 8th G
  •  Maria Steele  So. G
  • Libby Benner Fr. G