Girls hoops lose to Gateway, prepare for Hempfield

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Girls hoops lose to Gateway, prepare for Hempfield

The team returns every player next year after being one of the youngest teams in the section this year, with a squad composed of mostly sophomores.

The team returns every player next year after being one of the youngest teams in the section this year, with a squad composed of mostly sophomores.

Photo via Kyle Degregorio

The team returns every player next year after being one of the youngest teams in the section this year, with a squad composed of mostly sophomores.

Photo via Kyle Degregorio

Photo via Kyle Degregorio

The team returns every player next year after being one of the youngest teams in the section this year, with a squad composed of mostly sophomores.

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Still dealing with the the loss of some key players to injuries, the girls basketball team suffered a 20-point loss to Gateway on Wednesday night.

Even though it was a tough game, sophomores Lexi Bernotas and Abigail Marzina stood out by making three-point shots, sophomore Anna Lucarelli said.

The team is still adjusting to the loss of Meghan Dryburgh, who was injured last week and is out for the season. Lucarelli said Dryburgh is a great player and her presence is missed.

The girls’ next game is tonight at home against section opponent Hempfield.

“We need to come mentally prepared,” Lucarelli said. “We can beat these teams.”