LEROY\u00a0\u2014 Vacation breaks serve as times for former players to return to their gyms where they performed during their high school seasons some outstanding basketball and continue to work on their skills. That was the case over the holidays for several former Pine River basketball players including Jamie Justin, who played on the 2012-13 championship team as a senior. Justin put in one year at Davenport before deciding to postpone her basketball career and focus on her studies. Her sister, Julie, is a sophomore guard on the current Pine River team. \u201cI\u2019m here helping out with the high school team,\u201d she said, adding her freshman season \u201cwent all right. I\u2019m almost finished with school. I\u2019ll have over a year left, then I\u2019ll be done.\u201d Justin has been able to watch her sister play in a Bucks uniform. \u201cI think her game is a little different than mine but some of the stuff she does is a lot like I do,\u201d Jamie said. \u201cI think she focuses a little more on defense than dribbling. Once in awhile she\u2019ll ask me for some help and I\u2019ll help her with her shot and stuff.\u201d The Pine River team is off to a 3-1 start. The Bucks resume action at home with Marion in Highland Conference action Thursday.