Split results on the basketball court

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Roy Nitzan

Following soccer and swims split results, the basketball team also has split results against Memorial. The girls’ fell short 41-38 and the boys’ team won 72-66.

Harley Classe, Assistant Sports Editor

The Redhawks basketball program split with Memorial Tuesday with the boys winning 72-66 and girls falling 41-38.

According to senior Park McCurdy, this win was helpful for setting an expectation for games to come.

“My predictions were a win because I felt like we were very prepared to play this team,” McCurdy said via text. “For the upcoming game, we will game plan for how the team we are playing is like, and figure out what will give us the best chance to win.”

For senior Maya Jain, the loss means a chance to grow and boost her skills before the next game.

“We probably need to improve on executing a game plan from the start of the game and being aware of who we need to give the most attention to on defense,” Jain said via text.

However, the team is not going to let this loss stop them but instead, use it as a motivator to take a new approach

“I think a lot of us are super excited to play because we feel like people are starting to doubt us and it’s giving us something more to play for,” Jain said.