Lady Vikings fall short

Emily VanLeuven
Staff Writer

IMG_3408-8Marison Topinio | The Hudsonian

The Hudson Valley women’s basketball team (1­22) fell to North Country Community College

(16­10) on Monday 56­37. Playing a very tough and difficult three­two defense was not enough

to hold the North Country team back from another win.

Leading the optimistic team with 11 points, senior Deirdre Werner from Tamarac kept the team

positive and fighting to the end of each quarter. She successfully executed each play and kept

the team in high spirits. With every tough loss, she is always cheering her teammates on.

Following these actions, Hope Rebeor added another 10 more points during the Vikings loss.

Rebeor as well stays focused in the game no matter what the score is, and each teammate

Closing this week’s game, the Vikings traveled to Mohawk Valley on chilly Saturday afternoon.

With only a handful of games left, the Vikings women’s basketball team put their best efforts out

yet lost this game against Mohawk Valley as well with the score of 77­30.

The team as a whole keeps pushing and trying their hardest to win. With only six eligible players

it is tough for the team to stay healthy and strong with maximum effort.

This week on Wednesday, the 17th, at 5 p.m., the Vikings will take on Fulton­Montgomery at

home on the Vikings court for the last opportunity to grab their last home win of the season.

Even though the results haven’t been favorable, the effort has always been there.

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