PROMO: Boys, girls basketball compete in senior night

PROMO: Boys, girls basketball compete in senior night

Print Friendly, PDF & Email
Kaylie Clem | The Feather Online

The girls and boys varsity team will celebrate Senior Night at their home game against Fowler High School, Feb. 10.

FC basketball battles Fowler in final home game

After a long season filled with sweat and hard work, the winter sports regular season is at an end. The boys and girls varsity basketball teams will battle the Fowler Redcats for Senior Night in the FC gym, Feb. 10.

Seniors will be recognized before their games for their dedication and effort during the past seasons. The girls play at 6 p.m. and the boys will follow at 7:30 p.m.

For captain and four-year varsity player Trevor Trevino, it is important to close out their final home game with a successful game. He encourages everyone to come support the boys and girls last home match.

“It’s our last home game,” Trevino said. “It’s crazy how four years of varsity goes by and it comes down to Friday, our last home game. All I’m looking forward to is beating Fowler on Friday and having a good game.”

The girl’s varsity team will acknowledge two seniors while the boys have 12. Come out early to see the full ceremonies for both teams.

Robert Foshee is the girl’s varsity basketball coach. Foshee appreciates Senior Night because of the way it honors the dedication and examples the upperclassmen show.

“I love Senior Night,” Foshee said. “It’s honoring the athletes that have worked hard, especially those in senior year because it’s your last go-around and they leave legacies for the next group. Our seniors have done that and been great examples, so we get to honor them and their families for what they’ve done for the program.”

Freshman Kayla Vanderlinden feels thankful for the guidance and leadership of the upperclassmen.

“Senior night is important because you recognize the hard work and leadership of the seniors on our team,” Vanderlinden said. “The seniors on my team have helped me learn and grow physically and spiritually. They are great friends and good leaders.”

Kaylie Clem | The Feather Online

Every year the seniors are honored before the game on Senior Night.

Boys varsity soccer competed in their senior night game, Feb. 7. They lost to Caruthers High school 3-1. Senior defender Julian Castro appreciated being recognized in front of everyone despite the unfortunate result.

“Senior night was fun,” Castro said. “Being announced and recognized with my friends for our hard work on soccer was a big deal. I enjoyed playing with my fellow classmates and friends. The game did not have the outcome we anticipated, but we did play hard. Everyone was giving 110%. As a senior, I appreciate the efforts of everyone.”

Come out and support the boys and girls varsity basketball teams in the FC gym, Feb. 10. Girls play at 6 p.m. and the boys play at 7:30 p.m. The Senior Night ceremonies will start before the games so make sure to arrive early.

For more sports articles, read Join the discussion: Super Bowl.

This author can be reached via twitter @alexrurik23 and via email Alexander Rurik.

Follow The Feather via Twitter @thefeather, Instagram @thefeatheronline and Facebook @thefeatheronline.

Your voice is important to us. Share your opinion in the comment box located beneath the Related Posts section.
By |2017-09-20T08:08:27+00:00February 9th, 2017|Athletics|0 Comments

About the Author:

Alexander Rurik
In addition to visiting all MLB ballparks, senior Alexander Rurik holds a goal to hike in every US National Park. With a lifelong desire to explore the natural world and help others, he plans to pursue a degree in biology and work in biotechnology. Now in his fourth year of The Feather Online and second as editor, Alex hopes to carry on the legacy left by those before him. He maintains a 4.0+ G.P.A, serves as ASB president and has earned four All-League honors between soccer and tennis. Alex welcomes any and all challengers in a game of ping-pong and is always looking to play spikeball. {@alexrurik23} {alexrurik23@gmail.com}

Leave A Comment

Fresno Christian Schools - 7280 N. Cedar Ave., Fresno, CA 93720 - 559.229.1695 Facebook Soundcloud Twitter Vimeo Instagram Email SmugMug November 19, 2018 - 04:25 am