Wednesday, March 1, 2017


Q. Gabbie, tell Gthing how your experience has been since attending Life Center Academy (NJ).

A. My experience of the Life Center has been great I have enjoyed the new feeling at a Christian school, they provide so much knowledge and is more challenges in the classrooms that it makes you work harder to perfect your skill level of intelligent.

Q. What would you say about the level of competition you have played against since coming from a smaller School.

A. I say that it's more higher and competitive than before I was at Pemberton, the competition level is more tense and aggressive than playing the smaller schools.

Q. Being someone who has attend a smaller school and little recognition, what advice would you give to someone who wants to play on a bigger high School stage.

A. My advice would be when you play against higher schools at a different level you have to play intensity basketball it's a new type of scene and a whole new game for me, I play to show out and put my heart and energy out on the court, so I inspire others to play hard just as I play without being afraid of new type of competition don't change how you play for the like of others if you play your game, going beyond your limits.

Q. How have you adapted to your new teammates and coaches.

A. It took me a while to get used to the new team and coaches, but getting to know them well and see how they play and what type of intensity they put on the court my game has gotten better since being at Life Center.

Q. Have you gotten any looks from Division 1 programs, if so name two for Gthing.

A. I have gotten a lot of college looks from my freshman year to now I will say West Virginia, Wakeforest and Northwestern.

Q. What would your goal be before you graduate Life Center Academy.

A. My goal is to study on becoming a Doctor or Veterinarian and focus on my education and keep my grades up.