The Drexel girls Cross Country team attended the All- Metro Cross Country Banquet on Sunday, November 23, 2014. The top ten teams in Class 1-3 were honored at the banquet.
Right: Pictured front row, left to right: Coach Adrianne Lane, Tayler Francis, Tayler Lancaster and Sarah Cawby. Back row, left to right: Alyssa Sosa, Jenna Bartholomew, Lauryn Campbell and Haley Collins. Photo by Lorrie Cook.
For the full story, see the November 27 issue of The Drexel Star.
The Drexel Bobcats participated in the 84th Annual Archie Tournament last week. The first game of the tourney for the Cats was a match up with the Adrian Blackhawks on January 28th. The Cats walked away with a huge 64-33 victory. “This was a good way to start the tournament. We were able to get production from everyone”, said Head Coach Dennis Bolton.
The Drexel Lady Cats played Midway on January 28th in our first game of the Archie Tournament. They ended the night with a 48-37 victory.
The girls went back to Archie to face Adrian on January 30th. This was a hard fought game from the start. The Lady Bobcats were disappointed in the 37-41 final score of the game.
The Lady Cats were scheduled to face off against the Butler Lady Bears for 3rd place in the tournament; however, Butler had to forfeit. As a result, the Drexel Lady Bobcats received 3rd place in the 84th Annual Archie Tournament.
By VICKIE SHIPPS
Drexel Bobcats and Lady Cats traveled to Archie last week for the 84th Annual Archie Tournament.
The first game of the week for the Drexel Lady Cats was a match up with the Midway Lady Vikings. Drexel came away with the win and a final score of 48-37. Drexel came back Thursday night to play against Adrian’s Lady Blackhawks. Drexel struggled at the end of the game and fell to Adrian with a score of 37-41.
By Vickie Shipps
The Drexel Bobcats traveled to Archie Tuesday, January 21st for their first of three games last week. The end score of 34-38 was not what Drexel fans would have liked to have seen. Head Coach Dennis Bolton commented, “Archie played a smart and efficient game. We did not. Hard to beat anyone shooting as poorly as we did.”