Freshman boy’s basketball opens season

Freshman boy’s basketball opens season

By Wyatt Lester & Justin Albright Posted December 14, 2011

The freshmen boys have been well at work in practice and look like a team to reckon with.

Former Lowry player Grant Beatty is this year’s freshman coach.

“They’re fun to coach, they listen really well, they respond great and I think we’re going to be a great defensive team,” said Beatty. “We have some great athletes and I think well be a good pressing team. So really we won’t have to rely on shooters that much.”

Their roster consists of a great number of promising athletes and they are going to be a great freshmen basketball team.

On December 9, The Lowry freshmen boy’s team traveled to Battle Mountain in hopes of starting their season off with a win.

The Bucks started their season off with a win against Lovelock. The Bucks came out and executed their game plan well and it showed on the scoreboard as they won 50-42.

Donovan Brumm and Jacob Von Aspern doing drills. /Wyatt Lester • The Brand
Donovan Brumm and Jacob Von Aspern doing drills. /Wyatt Lester • The Brand

Donovan Brumm said, “Lovelock was really tough, but we were able to execute our game-plan well.”

For their second game of the day, the Bucks played a Round Mountain team and showed no signs of fatigue as they won 46-27.

“Round Mountain kept up with us in the first half but we were able to pull away in the second,” Brumm said.
The Bucks then started the day off well as they destroyed Wells 59-15.

“Wells wasn’t that great of a team, but we played really solid on both ends of the floor,” said Brumm.

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