A season update for boys and girls basketball


Grayson Cates

Photo from 2019-20 Season

Cade Weber, Sports Editor

The BCHS girls basketball team had a dominant regular season, with a record of 14-7, winning all of their home games. The Trojans carried this momentum through the city tournament, to knock off Heritage Christian who had won city for the last sixteen years. 

Along with the first city title in school history, the Trojans also came in second place in their conference. Senior Zakia Rasheed said, “The biggest thing for us is that we believe we can do anything.” This confidence will help them this week as the girls run to state begins with the sectional tournament. Rasheed added, “What makes this team special is the chemistry we have, and how well we play together. If we play for each other and with each other, I think we will hopefully be successful all the way to state.”

The boys team, only a little more than halfway through the season, are also experiencing a solid season with six wins. The Trojans most significant win came against Beech Grove, a high ranked opponent in the state. With eight games of the regular season left, the boys will look to pick up a rhythm that matches their talent level before heading to the state tournament. 

Senior Logan O’Brien said, “We have the talent and potential to go far this season. We need to come together as a team and play to our strengths, and we will end the season strong.”