PROMO: Varsity basketball seeks redemption in tournament, Dec. 15-16

PROMO: Varsity basketball seeks redemption in tournament, Dec. 15-16

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Boys basketball is wrapping up the last week of the semester with a basketball tournament at Madera Ranchos. The two-day tournament takes place, Dec. 15-16. The first game of the tournament is against Liberty at 8 p.m, Dec. 15.

This tournament is for varsity basketball and the junior varsity team will host a separate tournament the same days at home. Both players and coaches are very eager to redeem themselves after coming off of a three-game losing streak.

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Varsity boys basketball seeks to improve their current 2-6 record and overcome a three-game losing streak in an upcoming tournament.

Varsity captain Wyatt Koop, ‘18, is excited to play this weekend and aims to win a games. He hopes this will break their losing streak and that they can show others the team that they desire to be.

“I feel that we can win most if not all the games this weekend at the tournament because of the players we have,” Koop said. “We as a team are looking to lessen our turnovers and improve our scoring ability.”

Ronnie Peterson, ‘19, plays on the varsity team and looks forward to this tournament to show they can compete at the same level as last year.

“We need to limit turnovers and continue to be a very good defensive team,” Peterson said. “We are a totally different team but we are a bigger team size wise so we have changed our game plan to get the ball into the post rather than shooting threes. We have a good chance to build off of last years success.”

After coming off of almost all senior players last year, they are looking to rebuild their current team. The team’s goal is to take a valley championship home.

As of now the varsity boys basketball record is 2-6, but with this tournament they are looking to improve their record.

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“Good friends are hard to find, harder to leave and impossible to forget.” Reese Brown, ’19, strives to reach out and help the community thrive ever since he came to FCS in junior high, He is looking for a good Police program to join for college. Volunteering on the weekends at church with tech, and some weekdays. The main opportunity is Breakaway during spring break. In total it adds up to at least two hundred and sixty six hours of service back to the community each year through the church and community service. With writing in The Feather for his second year in a row, in which his hope to surpass all expectations from last year to reach a new height with the help of friends plus the community that surrounds The Feather. Last year was a learning experience in which he saw the expectations of what it means to be on the feather team. He can’t wait to show what the lessons that he took from last year. The Feather will still be difficult, but he knows that the best has yet to come.

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