Meet point guard Josh Bartley


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Senior point guard Josh Bartley shoots a free throw in the 50-35 victory over Lake Creek on Jan. 4. The team improved its record to 15-4 overall and are 2-0 in the district.

Jacob Valcarce, Staff Writer

Senior Joshua Bartley transferred to Kingwood Park after first attending Atascocita High School. He played on JV last year before becoming the starting point guard this year.

Q: What else are you involved in besides basketball?

A: “Outside of school. I’m a church intern.”

Q: What is one of your greatest strengths you bring to the team?

A: “My ability to get my teammates involved.”

Q: How old were you when you started playing?

A: “I was about 4 years old.”

Q: What superstitions do you do before you play?

A: “I always use the restroom at halftime, before I play.”

Q: What music do you listen to before you play?

A: “Usually R&B like Giveon.”

Q: Who or what is your biggest motivation?

A: “My father.”

Q: What are your personal goals for the season?

A: “I want us to win the district title.”

Q: What’s a time you wanted to quit, but kept playing?

A: “The year before I transferred to Kingwood Park. I didn’t like it at Atascocita High School.”