Persevering through a pandemic
This season has been in question from the beginning due to COVID-19. The CR-B basketball and wrestling teams are taking off at a slow pace this year, but this won’t stop the winter sports teams. They are going to push through this dilemma and make this year the best year that they have had in a long time.
This school year has been the hardest for this year's seniors. Everyone must work together to keep the players and wrestlers safe through frequent sanitation. It’s time to look on the bright side of things. With this said, three seniors were asked what is the most exciting thing that they are looking forward to this season?
“I’m really hoping we are able to get a full season,” Kyle Wilkison, a senior basketball player, said. “This is our last time being able to run up and down with our brothers. With us being seniors and all, I’m hoping we can shock everyone and make it to State.”
Another senior on the boys basketball team agrees with Wilkison. “I am looking forward to hopefully having a full season,” Josue Ramirez said. “I really think we can go pretty far this season with our top ten people. I am also looking forward to growing as a player and a teammate.”
“I'm looking forward to all the fun times we have at wrestling meets and to hopefully make it to State,” Kale Pevestorf, a senior wrestler, said.
The basketball and wrestling players have a lot to look forward two despite the pandemic. They know the requirements to keep them and all of the other players safe in order to make their senior season the best year yet.