The Bellevue High School girls basketball team is ranked No. 1 in the state.
With five seniors leading the way, the Wolverines are 17-0.
"It's so funny when they are reading the starting line-ups it's 'senior, senior, senior, senior, senior,' which is fun, but it's a really strong group,”
And these girls are beating their opponents by an average of 39 points per game.
"I've never experienced a team like this before, this group is amazing and so much fun to play with,”
"We are all leaders, we all know what it takes to get to state and be one of the best teams,"
The girls have grown close on and off the court this year, which they say has helped them play even better.
"The most successful part of this team is just being really close with each other outside of basketball, knowing each other as people,” said Anna Wilson.
Wilson, who'll play for Stanford next season, transferred to Bellevue for her senior year to be closer to big brother Russell Wilson, the Seahawks quarterback.
She said it didn't take long to gel with the other four seniors.
"They made me feel like I was part of a family, that's hard to come by, because there is not a lot of people that can take you in and make you feel like you've been here the whole time, the senior leadership is pretty awesome,” Wilson said.
“It's honestly my favorite high school memory so far," she said. "This team is so close, everyone gets along well, there is no drama -- it's just a great team to be a part of."
So the Wolverines have chemistry, no drama, work ethic, and five seniors, but they also have one more secret to their success, which they call BENERGY.
“BENERGY means bench energy and that means the energy we’re giving from the bench to the court,”
"We don't play as much as the seniors, but we wanted to step up and be a solid part of the team, so we just decided that were just going to bring it from the bench, “
But this bench takes it a step further. Just like the Monmouth University men’s basketball team, the Wolverines like to celebrate big baskets.
On one night they created the human surf board and player jumped into her teammates arms and acted like a fish.
They even have a special routine after every made foul shot -- a two clap dab.
Bellevue head coach Leah Krautter has been around basketball much of her life.
“I do take basketball very seriously and I'm competitive but if the girls are not having fun, then what’s the point and they don't play hard if it's not intrinsic," said Krautter.
When the five seniors do need a break, the bench have shown they're capable of more than just support.
"Everyone is so unselfish, no one is worried about personal accolades, how much they are scoring, they are just concerned with the team's success,”