Jamie Richardson wants to see more than just Cinderella's Castle and Space Mountain during her first visit to Walt Disney World Resort's Magic Kingdom.

Jamie Richardson wants to see more than just Cinderella's Castle and Space Mountain during her first visit to Walt Disney World Resort's Magic Kingdom.

Richardson, a guard for the Olentangy High School girls basketball team, wants to see just how good the Braves can be.

Olentangy makes its maiden voyage outside of Ohio when it participates in the KSA tournament Monday through Wednesday at Disney's Wide World of Sports Complex.

"I've always wanted to go to Disney World," said Richardson, who scored seven points in a 60-35 win over Olentangy Liberty last Saturday. "This is going to be a good bonding experience for us."

The Braves were 5-1 overall before playing Dublin Jerome last Tuesday. It's their best start since the 1999-2000 season when Olentangy began the season 6-0.

The win over the Patriots was the Braves' first since a 30-24 victory in 2005. Olentangy built a 19-4 lead in the first quarter and led 32-10 at halftime. Olivia Zwayer led the Braves with 15 points and Christine Delaney had 13.

In order to make the trip, Olentangy decided to forego its Holiday Classic. Since 2006, the Braves have hosted the four-team tournament, which Olentangy won in 2006, placed second in 2007 and went 0-2 last year.

Olentangy is guaranteed three games at the tournament. The Braves face Ossining, N.Y. at 2:15 p.m. on Monday and play Sand Springs, Okla. or Grant County, Ky. at 9:45 a.m. Tuesday. The Braves play Jackson, N.J. Jackson Memorial, Glendale, Wis. Nicolet, Canandaigua, N.Y Canandaigua Academy or Orlando, Fla. East River at 8 a.m. Wednesday.

"We don't have a lot of information on any of these teams, but from what I understand it's a good pool of teams," coach John Feasel said. "They're all schools that are around our size."

The KSA tournament has rented out the theater at Universal for the post-tournament awards ceremony.

The Braves are staying two extra days in Orlando to watch the Orlando Magic-Milwaukee Bucks game on Dec. 30 and see the New Year's Eve fireworks display at Epcot, in addition to hitting all of the Disney Theme parks.

In order to make the trip, Olentangy raised more than $20,000 through a series of basketball clinics to offset some of the costs.

"It's going to be a good bonding experience for us," Richardson said.

"It will bring us closer together and we're going to play more as a team."