A run to a second-straight Class 4A state championship crown began this week for the Louisville girls basketball team and it came at home.
A 17-7 regular season record with a 7-3 finish in Class 4A, Region 4 is a good spot for the Louisville Lady Wildcats to be in, but it’s not good enough for their coach.
In every sense of the word, the just concluded basketball season was all about rebuilding for the Winston Academy girls and boys teams.
For Louisville to repeat as MHSAAA Class 4A girls basketball state champions, Fred Morris needed his team to bring more intensity and consistency after back-to-back losses to good teams a couple of weeks ago.
Following a disappointing loss against Leake Central last week, Kylan Tippett needed his Louisville Wildcats team to step up and make something happen with two Class 4A, Region 4 games on the docket.
There were learning experiences that came about for the Louisville boys and girls teams this week on the basketball court as each won two ball games and lost one in tough fashion.