January 25, 2024
North Union’s Zoe Wedding (4) takes a shot from the three-point line during the home game against Bishop Watterson.(Gazette photo by Aleksei Pavloff)

Lady Cats struggle against visiting Bishop Watterson


By Bob Putman, Richwood Gazette

It did not start out well for North Union last Monday in its nonleague game at home against Bishop Watterson.

Things did not get much better as the game progressed and the Lady Cats lost 60-30 to the Lady Eagles.

A 15-0 run in the first quarter paved the way to a 19-3 lead by Watterson and North Union was never able to recover.

The loss dropped the Lady Cats to 11-5 on the season and snapped a three-game winning streak.

North Union Head Coach Bre Jackson was disappointed with how her team reacted pretty much from the start.

“I felt we had no sense of urgency to compete,” Jackson said. “Obviously, …

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