Tide Back on Track

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Senior Mason Barnes dribbles down the court looking to move the ball for a basket. Barnes has played varsity since his freshman year. Barnes said, “I'm just trying to show these guys what we need to do to get this team back on the right foot.”

Senior Mason Barnes dribbles down the court looking to move the ball for a basket. Barnes has played varsity since his freshman year. Barnes said, “I'm just trying to show these guys what we need to do to get this team back on the right foot.”

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Senior Mason Barnes dribbles down the court looking to move the ball for a basket. Barnes has played varsity since his freshman year. Barnes said, “I'm just trying to show these guys what we need to do to get this team back on the right foot.”

Photo by Catori Mike

Photo by Catori Mike

Senior Mason Barnes dribbles down the court looking to move the ball for a basket. Barnes has played varsity since his freshman year. Barnes said, “I'm just trying to show these guys what we need to do to get this team back on the right foot.”

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The varsity boys basketball team started the season rough, but bounced right back. Despite the Crimson Tide’s loss in their first game, they have won two since.  Now they sit with an even record of two wins to two losses.

The Tide beat both Berks Catholic December 10 and Shamokin December 18. The team took a loss to Abington Heights 46-37 December 13.

Junior Nicco Heimbaugh said, “It wasn’t the start to a season that we wanted, but we are still glad to be where we’re at and we have lots more work to do.” Heimbaugh scored ten points in the game against Abington Heights.

The wins have been led by the four senior members of the team. On that list are Matt Salata, Riley Stanton, Kevin Schenk and Mason Barnes. Stats show Barnes, the guard, has helped the most so far. Schenk, Salata and Stanton are not far behind.

Senior Mason Barnes said, “I feel like that’s what I need to do to get this team rolling. We got a lot of young guys and I’m slowly trying to get them to play at the pace we need to. I’m just trying to show these guys what we need to do to get this team back on the right foot.”

The team has high hopes to continue improving and end the season well with a winning record and another championship.