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Girls varsity basketball strikes again


The varsity girls basketball team triumphed against Southgate Anderson for their second time, taking a decisive 56-27 victory. Coming into the game, the team was confident with high energy– fueled by their previous win.

Jennifer and Elizabeth Henegar, both senior captains, have led this team to many victories by stacking up points in each game. During this game, they were the two highest scorers while E. Henegar racked up 11 points, with her sister, J. Henegar, not far behind with 7 points. Other scorers included Brooke Rumple, Raelyn McLaughlin, Harper Barnhart, and Cooper Roberts. 

J. Henegar commented on their approach, saying, “I was not stressed. I was just looking to have fun and enjoy the game.”

They did just that and were able to have fun while also coming out on top. 

Although the girls displayed tremendous strength, they also faced challenges during this game. They had to learn to weave their way around the difficulties they faced.

“They are an incredibly physical team, so it’s hard to move and dribble,” said E. Henegar.

While facing these challenges, the team worked as a whole to ultimately rise above their opponents. The teamwork they displayed led them to this prosperous win.

“The victory was really a team effort, everyone had points, steals, and rebounds. Even the bench was engaged and cheering during the entire game. We couldn’t have done it without everyone,” Roberts describes as to what led them to victory. 

“We worked hard together and played really good defense,” Barnhart also commented on their teamwork. 

Despite difficulties, the girls varsity team has been able to end victorious against many league opponents. They continue with a league record of 7-1, and their only loss comes to that of Trenton.

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