Girls basketball falls to Fenton

Hang on for a minute...we're trying to find some more stories you might like.


Email This Story






Junior+Sydney+Walker+shoots+a+free+throw+in+the+first+quarter+of+the+Kearsley-Fenton+basketball+game+Friday%2C+Dec.+14.+The+Hornets+lost+the+game.
Back to Article
Back to Article

Girls basketball falls to Fenton

Junior Sydney Walker shoots a free throw in the first quarter of the Kearsley-Fenton basketball game Friday, Dec. 14. The Hornets lost the game.

Junior Sydney Walker shoots a free throw in the first quarter of the Kearsley-Fenton basketball game Friday, Dec. 14. The Hornets lost the game.

IMAGE / Marshall Judd

Junior Sydney Walker shoots a free throw in the first quarter of the Kearsley-Fenton basketball game Friday, Dec. 14. The Hornets lost the game.

IMAGE / Marshall Judd

IMAGE / Marshall Judd

Junior Sydney Walker shoots a free throw in the first quarter of the Kearsley-Fenton basketball game Friday, Dec. 14. The Hornets lost the game.

Girls basketball fell to the Fenton Tigers on Friday, Dec. 15, with a score of 53-44.

Top scorers were junior Jakeira Wash with 15 points and junior Sydney Walker with 11 points.

Junior Stacia Tipton said the team needed to get more focused on the game in order to beat Fenton, although the team will recover from this fall.

“On the court and on the bench, none of us were really in the game,” Tipton said. “No one will ever see us down on ourselves like that again. We have a lot more work work to put in and big things to accomplish this season.”

Tipton believes that in addition to staying above the emotions that come with not preforming well, the team needs to improve on its communication.

“We definitely need to work on communication,” she said. “On and off the court, we are a family and we need to realize that.”

The Hornets are now 2-1 overall and  1-1 in the league.

Tuesday, Dec. 14, the girls will compete at Holly.

Print Friendly, PDF & Email