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Multiple Teams · Coach’s Corner With Scott Garver


After a great defeat yesterday against the Rushville Lions the Wildcats are preparing to take on the South Dearborn Knights @ home for senior night. We sat down with Coach Garver to see what his thoughts were on the match for tonight. We asked if he was well prepared for South Dearborn. He responded, “It’s senior night, we better be prepared.” We also asked Coach Garver what the biggest threat of South Dearborn is. He answered, ” Us not playing our game.” We proceeded to ask him if tonight’s match is going to be more difficult than the last time we played them. He answered, ” Teams get better as they go along.” The last question we asked him was that it’s senior night tonight and if he was planning on doing anything different for the match. Coach Garver answered, “The team decided to run the normal line-up and prepare for sectionals, rather than change our line-up with seniors only for senior night.” Coach Garver and the lady cats hope to be 14-8 after tonight’s match up against the South Dearborn Knights. Come out and support your seniors for their senior night!

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On Thursday the lady Wildcats will be traveling to East Central to take on the lady Trojans. We sat down for another coach’s corner with Coach Garver to see what his plans are to prepare for this match up. Our first question we asked him was if his team is well prepared for East Central. He answered, “We are hoping to clean up the mental mistakes that we made the first time we played EC in order to better our outcome in this upcoming match. We proceeded to ask him what the biggest threat of East Central is and answered, “There tradition of winning, they are fundamentally sound and are coached well.” The last question we asked Coach Garver was if it is going to be a more difficult game that the last time we played them. He answered with, “Definitely, everybody is geared up for sectionals and are trying to peak at the end of the season.” After Thursday’s match up the lady Wildcats hope to be 15-8 to end the regular season.