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Many tend to focus so much on the finish, that the development of the scoring play is forgotten.
Burlington Central senior Jordan King never forgets. As someone who surpassed 100 career high school goals earlier this year, she’s certainly earned the right to voice her opinion about goal scoring.
“Each time we score we still have that happiness, regardless if we’re winning by a larger amount or if we’re playing a higher 3A team,” she said. “We never lose sight of those goals. I love when we score. I love how the play develops which usually starts in the back. It’s not just the person who scores it at the end, but it’s usually a series of passes to a cross to a beautiful shot. I like watching the development and it’s really perfect. It’s beautiful.”
The Rockets (19-2) are once again sitting pretty as they head into the postseason this week. King has been a key reason why the Rockets had a great regular season and are geared up for another run toward a state title.