GCHS Ladies defeat Clay Panthers - Boys rack up wins on the Road
Winter storm Jonas could not slow down the Lady Titans as they returned to action last week ready to rack up more wins.
The GCHS ladies traveled to Clay County last Thursday, Jan. 28 to face the Class AA powerhouse.
The Lady Titans entered the match-up ranked #3 in Class A while the Lady Panthers were ranked #9 in Class AA.
In recent years, the CCHS Lady Panthers have dominated this contest. With the Panther Pit on the sideline, the GCHS girls knew this would be a crazy battle.
Host Lady Red Devils of Calhoun on Friday, Jan. 29
RILEY FITZWATER IS A FORCE FOR THE LADY TITANS.
On Tuesday, Jan. 19, the GCHS Lady Titans played host to the Lady Eagles of Braxton County. With barely 30 miles separating to two schools, this is always an exciting contest amongst neighbors.
However, the Lady Titans had no intentions of letting their guests have a chance in the contest.
In fact, the GCHS girls made an early statement by holding the Eagles scoreless for the opening quarter of the contest.
Men and Women Focus on Improvements Second Time Around
GSC PIONEER HEAD COACH STEPHEN DY SPEAKS WITH HIS TEAM.
The GSC Basketball Teams are more than halfway through their 2015-2016 campaigns. With their match-ups with their WV Wesleyan counterparts last Thursday, Jan. 21, they have officially challenge every other opponent in the Mountain East Conference (MEC).
However, inconsistency has plagued both teams to this point. Whether it is shining one night and struggling the next or inconsistency from quarter to quarter, these teams records reflect these concerns.
While snow delayed their rematch with Shepherd, a program they were able to sweep when the two met in late November, this - the second time around - is the time to come together and let everyone else in the MEC know you are in search of a Championship.