H.Y. Livesay Middle School took all four of its basketball teams to Midway Elementary Nov. 6. After four games the Eagles had swept the night. Both junior varsity teams got wins before the two varsity teams took the hardwood. The first varsity game featured the Lady Eagles battling the Lady Red Devils. Livesay started scoring early and continued throughout the game winning in convincing fashion 42-20 behind Nevaeh Kerns and her 13 points. Kerns played tough basketball in the paint.
The Claiborne Bulldogs boys basketball team once again reset the program with the announcement of Corey McGinnis as head coach a few months ago. McGinnis and his assistant Andrew McGinnis are excited about the upcoming season. Although the football players are just joining the team on the hardwood, McGinnis already likes what he sees in the film room and on the court. “I watched a lot of film on these players even before I took the job and I saw that these kids have talent.” McGinnis said.
The 2017-18 high school basketball season is rapidly approaching and the Claiborne Lady Bulldogs under new head coach Ariel Nickell are looking to build on last year’s success. Nickell is assisted by Robert Estep and Hanna Nance. The young team Claiborne placed on the hardwood last season took a big step in bringing back the tradition of Claiborne Lady Bulldog’s basketball.
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