By Lauren Benton
Sara Lytle is a freshman forward for the Lady Rangers from Memphis studying general education.
Q: What has been your favorite part about being a Lady Ranger this season?
A: Playing with my sister, Bethany Lytle.
Q: Who are some WNBA or NBA players you look up to, and what do you take from their game?
A: Jason Williams from the Memphis Grizzlies and his passing.
Q: When did you start taking an interest in basketball?
A: When I was 12. My dad always played basketball, and it’s all my family does.
Q: What are some hobbies you enjoy besides basketball?
A: I like to write books, sing, play piano, draw, paint and hang
out with my younger siblings.
Q: What are some memorable moments in your basketball career?
A: When my sisters Bethany, Leah, my little sister, and I all started
at the same time in high school.
Q: What are your goals for this season?
A: To be a good team, not necessarily a winning team, but a fundamentally good team and helping my teammates and myself grow
closer to Christ.
Q: How does it feel to be undefeated so far this season?
A: Winning to me doesn’t mean that much, just as long as our team is good, but it is a good feeling.
Q: In the game against Mid-South you scored a personal high of 18 points, how did that feel?
A: It felt really good. My parents were there to support me that game. It is really fun to represent Christ in such a positive way.
Q: How do you prepare yourself before a game, mentally and physically?
A: I make sure I eat all the right food and drink plenty of water because I know I will be putting out a lot of energy. Mentally, I
think to myself, if I play for Christ nothing can go wrong. I don’t think about points, I think about rebounds and playing defense as hard as I can.