Reds remain optimistic despite loss to Resurrection High School

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Reds remain optimistic despite loss to Resurrection High School

Janae Jarnagin, Staff Reporter

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Reds lost 70 – 62 to Resurrection Cougars at Eaton’s last home game Wednesday Jan. 30. The Reds trailed behind the Cougars the whole first half until they closed their point gap in third quarter leading 43 to 40. Despite the come back, the reds lost the lead during the fourth quarter costing them the game.

In spite of the Reds loss one student, sophomore Ryan Ure, tied the school record for rebounds in a single game. He tied the previous record holder, Seth Lobato, with 20 rebounds during Wednesday’s game. Coach Amy Ross praised Ryan’s success commenting, “It’s really exciting to see Ryan have this much success at such a young age. People don’t really see but as coaches, rebounding is all about effort and being a good teammate, which is awesome because he makes the other players work harder.” Ure credited his high number of rebounds to his focus on the game itself and not the score, saying “We don’t play for the scoreboard. We try to get the best out of every possession we can.”

Coach Dean Grable is undeterred by Wednesdays loss and continues remains optimistic about the future of the team’s season. Grable commented on the efforts of the team and the possibility of playing Resurrection Christian again, saying “Our team is capable of great things if we play together and share the ball. We may end up playing them again in the district tournament and we will not change anything.  Every possession is important and we look forward to it!” Reds will face Frontier Academy on Friday Feb. 8.