First half of district wraps up at Quinlan Ford
At the conclusion of the week the first half of the District 12-4A season will be in the books.
The No. 28 state-ranked Lady Panthers started things off Oct. 6 with Anna and play 4:30 p.m. Friday at Quinlan Ford.
“These matches will set the tone for the first round of district. We presently sit in a three-way tie for second place. Right now, we have to be in control,” head coach Randi Trew said “We can’t afford to lose focus during either match. We have an agenda, and right now, in order to get to the big picture, it’s one game at a time. We will prepare for each match accordingly, but right now, it’s one game at a time and keeping the focus.”
By David Jenkins • Staff Writer • [email protected]
For the complete story see the Oct. 8 edition of The Princeton Herald and the e-edition.