St. James is never an easy game, and it’s even tougher playing in front of their home crowd. The Lady Tigers proved just how tough it can be in a 58-23 thrashing of the Lady Wildcat varsity girls last week.
The Cuba Wildcats are still searching for that elusive first victory, after the varsity boys took losses against Union and Dixon last week.
The Cats went on the road to Union on Tuesday, December 4, and they simply couldn’t keep up with Union’s offense. In the battle between Wildcat teams, Union held a decisive advantage in scoring, putting up a total of 75 points against Cuba.
Four games into the season, and the Cuba Wildcat varsity boys are still without a win. Coach Brett Joseph is happy with the way his defense is playing early on, but his team is still looking for answers on the offensive end of the court.
Cuba Lady Wildcat basketball opened the new season with a one-sided road loss at St. Clair and a victory over Viburnum at home in the conference opener.
The new year has begun for Lady Wildcat basketball, and the roster looks much different than it did last season. Fielding a younger team means there will be some growing pains along the way, but Coach Ryan Bobbitt has high expectations of molding this squad into a tight group that can compete both in the Gasconade Valley Conference and in the district playoff tournament at the end of the year.