Harvey’s girls varsity basketball
team lost to Forman on the road Wednesday 45-35. Down by 13 at the
intermission, the Lady Cavaliers played well defensively, and after a slow
start, began to shoot the ball more effectively in the second half. They
outscored Forman in the second half 23-20.
“I saw our girls show improvement in
their transition defense, which is encouraging,” Coach Chris Kelly said.
The team was, however, out-rebounded at both ends of the court all game. “We
look to get back into the gym to work on boxing out,” Coach Kelly said.
Sophomore Tessa Knorr of Armonk led Harvey in
scoring with 11 points. Sophomore Jaeden McKenzie and junior Olivia Lindsay
added five points each.
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