Orange and Black On the Comeback

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Orange and Black On the Comeback

Josiah Hogan and Brandon Forst playing tight defense.

Josiah Hogan and Brandon Forst playing tight defense.

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Josiah Hogan and Brandon Forst playing tight defense.

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Josiah Hogan and Brandon Forst playing tight defense.

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After a rough start, the Tigers look to bounce back after their toughest part of their season.  The boys basketball team has had ups and downs, but at the end of the day the team remains a family.  The toughest part of the season is now beyond the Tigers.  

Senior Josiah Hogan said, “The hardest part of the season are the losses’’. 

Senior Nathan Ketner said, ‘’Playing against 6A and 5A teams was the toughest part of our season”.  

The season looks brighter for the Tigers as they head into district play.  With upcoming games against Skyline, Warren County, and Culpeper, the team looks to bounce back with a couple of wins. 

Senior Tyler Dindal said his goal is, “Win more than 5 games”. 

Senior Billy Hoad said,” Let’s try to win again”. 

For some Tigers, they want to gain more than just wins out of this season. 

Freshman Andy Nguyen said,” I want to become a better person and a better leader on and off the court”. 

Sophomore Brandon Forst said, “I want to gain a better reputation for the school and for the program.”  

The Tigers are hopeful to turn the season around.