The girls’ basketball team went up against Valley Christian High School, ranked first in the league, Jan. 27. The Cavs were off their game from the beginning of the match, resulting in a 76-30 loss.
Due to their shaky start, the girls had a lot of turnovers and missed multiple shots.
Junior Julia Owaidat attributed the girls’ loss also to the 6’4″ center for the Lions, junior Seraiah Tyller, whose height forced the Cavs to “try to take shots from outside the key instead of making layups like we usually do,” Owaidat said.
This game broke the Cavs’ two-game winning streak, making their current record 3-4.
“To be honest, it’s hard to expect much in a game against the best team in the league,” Owaidat said.
The Cavs’ next game is Thursday, Jan. 29, against Sacramento Adventist in Carmichael at 6 p.m.