• Basketball—Girls’ JV

    2019 - 2020

    Thacher’s Voit Gym has hosted a thriving girls’ basketball program for three decades. During that span, while several teams have enjoyed success by any standard, the program has always gauged its sense of achievement on teaching sound fundamentals, creating tight-knit teams, and focusing on hard work, sportsmanship, and resilience in the face of tough obstacles.  

    Whether she’s just learning the fundamentals of making a layup or a player throwing up a three-pointer in a gym full of cheering fans in a late-round playoff game, she’d be right at home on one of Thacher’s teams. With space for a full range of talent and experience our teams enjoy the benefits of expert coaching, great facilities, and a committed school community that fills the gym with energy, excitement, and support of its teams.  

    It's no wonder that the bleachers have been packed in recent years. With its recent string of three straight seasons in the CIF Southern Section’s Top Ten Poll, three league championships, and two trips through the playoffs all the way to the CIF Championship game, the fans here at Thacher have had lots to cheer about.  Many girls from those teams have earned the honor of being selected for All-CIF teams and several have gone on to play at the college level at schools including Colorado, Emory and Williams.

Basketball—Girls’ JV

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Besant Hill
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Santa Paula
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Cate
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St. Bonaventure
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Foothill Tech
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Santa Clara
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La Reina
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Nordhoff
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St. Bonaventure
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Foothill Tech

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