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The Culver City Girls Basketball Team Wins Championships 5 Years in a Row

The coaches of the Culver City girls basketball team have turned their players into league legends. It is all thanks to Julian Anderson, Tom Nakayama and Mark Kitabayashi that these Culver City female athletes have walked away champions, winning 49 of 50 games over the span of 5 years.

The only game the Culver City girls basketball team has lost in all 5 years was to El Segundo. Although the girls and their coaches would have loved to have seen 50 games out of 50 won, they are just fine knowing that the final score will be 49 games won out of 50. As the old saying goes, you can shoot for the moon and land in the stars.

Female High School Basketball Player Shooting Basket  Gold cup winner with basketball ball. Isolated 3D image

The girls have all noted that they are a very tight knit team and the key to their success is their great chemistry they have on the court. One team member, Windy Yoon, stated she believes that they all play extremely well together. She also mentioned that another key to their success is that remaining positive and confident, no matter what. Staying focused on the game is very important in any situation that arises.


As for myself, a great way to take my mind off work and Culver City Real Estate is to watch the ladies of the Culver City basketball team play Arcadia inside our Goodyear gym on the Culver City Campus for the playoffs. Although my mind will most certainly be on the game, I am sure many neighbors and friends in the community will pick my brains about Culver City Homes for Sale and Culver City condos for sale. I am flattered that so many trust my advise as a Culver City Realtor being that I’ve been in the business almost 30 years.

In order to be successful in the playoffs, word on the street is that the Culver City team will need their younger teammates to really step-up their game. I am certain that the team will do the best job that they can do and play with lots of enthusiasm, as always. Good luck Culver City!