By: Andrew Longeteig
Tasha Jarosz wasn’t certain where her life was headed after graduating from Newmarket High School in 2015.
Ready, aim, fire
She’s not just a basketball player, however. Off the court, her favorite activity is hunting. She began the sport as a 9-year-old when her uncle came to pick up her brother to hunt, but he didn’t want to go. She did.
With the season winding down, her attention will shift to another Great Bay sport – softball. The new Great Bay sport begins in fall 2017.
“We play only seven people,” said Jarosz, who ranks in the top 10 in the YSCC in rebounding with 10.1 per game to go with her 14.3 scoring average. “I give us a lot of credit for playing the whole game against other teams with more players. It’s a growing year for us, so next year I think we’ll have a lot of success.”