moratorium was too long for most teams

Lady Beavers hope to continue progress made in first 5 games

After a 1-4 start to the season and a four game losing streak, it may be difficult to imagine the Scott Community High School girls had momentum heading into the holiday break, but their record alone doesn’t tell the entire story.

In spite of their youth and lack of varsity experience, this is a team that could easily be 3-3 after letting fourth quarter leads slip away against Great Bend and Colby.

That’s why it was particularly difficult to put the season on pause for two weeks before practices could resume last Monday.

“It feels like we’ll have to start over again,” says head coach Amy Felker. “It’s unfair to the kids who have worked so hard to get to this point and then you have to quit.”

Just four practices before returning to the hardwood against a seasoned Hugoton team on Friday is a tall order for the Lady Beavers.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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