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Cardinals start off the new basketball season

At the home game against Cheney, senior Audrey Doffing dribbles past an opponent. This game was on Friday Nov. 30, and the girls lost 49-58.

At the home game against Cheney, senior Audrey Doffing dribbles past an opponent. This game was on Friday Nov. 30, and the girls lost 49-58.

Photo by Tatum Wykes

At the home game against Cheney, senior Audrey Doffing dribbles past an opponent. This game was on Friday Nov. 30, and the girls lost 49-58.

Photo by Tatum Wykes

Photo by Tatum Wykes

At the home game against Cheney, senior Audrey Doffing dribbles past an opponent. This game was on Friday Nov. 30, and the girls lost 49-58.

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Starting off the basketball season, the girls practiced the usual drills and prepared for their first games. The time came for the first games on Nov. 30, with the Kingman Tournament following during the next week.

The first game was against the Cheney Cardinals. Cheney proved tough competition, as they won 58-39, but the girls came back with a win against Valley Center Dec. 4, 40-35.

“I felt Cheney’s game could’ve been better, but I was surprised that we kept up with Valley Center,” senior Makenzie Curry said. “Cheney girls are fast, and the Valley Center girls were big.”

This particular game, junior Kara Koester went on an 8-point streak in the third quarter, which Curry and senior Kayla Koester both said was the highlight of the game in their minds.

“I just started driving the bucket and making points,” Kara said.

The Cardinals then played Haven on Dec. 7, losing/winning 33-48, and Stirling on Dec. 8, winning 58-40.

Despite the losses so far, seniors still encourage the others to keep positive outlooks and remain optimistic.

“Stay positive,” Kayla said. “If you have even one bad outlook, you play bad.”

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