Trego gets sweet revenge

  With hopes of scoring, Cooper Desormiers drives to the basket on the Tuesday game against Oakley.
By Sybil Giefer
On Tuesday, December 11, the Eagles face up against Oakley at home. Having just been beaten by the Plainsmen on Saturday, Trego stepped on the court with a taste for revenge.

In the first quarter, the Eagles sprinted away from Oakley. Playing well, TCHS put up 13 points to Oakley’s four. Losing momentum in the second quarter, the boys were only able to add two while Oakley yielded seven. This left the halftime score at 15-11.

The Eagles came back strong in the third quarter. They made 11 more points, but Oakley held on by scoring nine. With one quarter left, the score read 26-20.Trego fought hard in the fourth quarter, but only making 12 points to Oakley’s 18 tied the game at 38-38. Thus, the game went into overtime.

During overtime, both teams gave great effort. However, by the time the game had ended, Trego walked off the court with a winning score of 44-42 and smiles on their faces.

Having made 11 points in the game, Keagan Shubert earned the title of the top scorer for Trego and weighed in on the victory.

“It felt good to come back after Saturday and defeat Oakley—sometimes revenge is necessary.”