In the last game of the season for the Rams they played against the Crawford County Wolfpack on Friday, February 24. The JV team defeated the Wolfpack in a close game, but the Varsity lost in a game of 47-63. The Jv players started out well and the scores went back and forth until the Rams pulled ahead and got the win, and the Varsity was close behind but the Wolfpack pulled too far ahead and the Rams couldn't catch them.
The team huddled up, getting ready for the varsity game. "We have a very smart group of boys. All season long they have been very good at learning from their mistakes and making adjustments to improve," said Head Coach Dusty Cole.
Junior Garret Vincent dribbles the ball up to the top of the key as sophomore, Tyson Lawson has a Crawford player defending him.
The team getting ready to box out as the shot goes up. "We could have been a little more patient on the offensive end and waited for Crawford to make mistakes. We didn't shoot the ball very well, so when you struggle to put the ball in the basket it can make for a very long night. Overall, we did some nice things and as always I thought we played very hard." said Cole.
Freshman Parker Sullivan dribbling the ball past one of the Crawford defenders. While freshman, Nate Dunn has two offenders near him and Sophomore, Austin is behind Parker open for the ball in the jv's last game of the season.
The Varsity will be playing in Sectional at Crawford County on Friday, March 3. "I think we will bounce back and play well in the Sectional. In my opinion we have the toughest sectional in the state," said Cole.