The Cuba Wildcats have earned the #5 seed in the 2019 MSHSAA Class 3, District 4 basketball playoff tournament, while the Lady Wildcats have the #6 seed going into next week’s tourney. The tournament starts on Monday, February 18 and is being hosted by St. James High School.
After getting off to a hot start against the Salem Lady Tigers, the Cuba Lady Wildcats let a second half lead get away from them in a 57-53 loss at home on Monday, February 4.
The Cuba Lady Wildcats had a successful week playing in the Newburg Tournament. The Cuba varsity girls won two out of three games against teams seeded higher in the tournament, and they finished in third place.
Any win is a good win, they say, but for a team that’s struggled to find the path to victory much of the season, a road win late in the year tastes that much sweeter. The varsity Cuba Wildcats earned that quality win, narrowly escaping from Newburg with a two-point victory last Friday night.
Beast tactics can mean different things to different people in various parts of the country. To me, using extreme tactics to get deeper or tucked away in secretive spots has been a significant contributor in my evolution as a hunter. In early November 2018, my fellow Beast, 16-year-old son TJ, and I set out for a new challenge on a new piece of public ground three hours away from home.