Summit Middle School Lady Bears took on Nantahala at home on Thursday and scored a win with a 36-10 final.
Summit Coach Kaylee O’Dwyer said everyone contributed to pull off a great win and is very proud of the team.
“We all have gotten so much better since the beginning of the season,” said O’Dwyer. “I told the girls at the beginning of the season that our main goal was to become better basketball players, and it is nice for them to show off their hard work.”
Summit Katie Johnson snags a rebound from Nantahala at home on Thursday.
Summit Middle School boys also scored a win with a final of 47-30.
“The boys played well,” said Summit Coach Jeremy Robinson. “It was good to get a win at home. They played with confidence and executed better on offense.”
Summit MS boys next play at 4:30 p.m. on Monday at Rabun Gap for the first round of the Tri-State Conference Tournament.
Summit MS girls next play at 4:30 p.m. on Monday in Highlands, also the first round of conference tournament.
Summit Catelynn Couch passes to the inside against Nantahala.
Summit Luci Holley wrestles for a loose ball at home.
From left are Summit Taylor Robinson and Sidney Sinclair keeping the pressure on Nantahala on Thursday.
Summit Anna Johnson makes her move and drives to the inside.
From left are Summit Sonya Tretiakov and Chloe Crawford going for the ball at home against Natahala.
Summit Taylor Robinson scopes out Nantahala’s defense bringing the ball down court.
Summit Anne Elizabeth Woods shoots the long jumpshot against Nantahala.
From left are Summit sisters Sonya and Monica Tretiakov setting up on defense at home on Thursday.
Summit Anna Johnson forms out a gameplan before jumping into things.
From left are Summit Taylor Robinson, Mable Kennedy, Kaki Dyleski, and Anna Johnson sending positive vibes from the sidelines.
Article and photos by Brian O’Shea
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