Girls basketball tears through early season

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Senior Audra Emerson and sophomore Olivia Smith both go for the defensive rebound while Smith watches. “Our team brought back a lot of talent from last year and I think that talent will take us far this year.” Emerson said. The Lady Tigers defeated Warren Central 56-35 in a home game on Nov. 3. FHS record as of Nov. 5 is 2-0.

Emma Tomlinson, Photo Editor

Following last year’s historic season, the girls basketball team is off to a 2-0 start after a 75-41 win at Pendleton on Oct. 28 and a 56-36 home win vs Warren Central on Nov. 3.

Seniors Audra Emerson and Katie Howard watch as a Warren Central player goes for a layup. The Lady Tigers defeated Warren Central 56-35 in a home game on Nov. 3. FHS record as of Nov. 5 is 2-0.
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