Green Forest shows consistency in victory over Eureka
Green Forest Coach Trista Killingsworth says consistency has been an issue for her team this season. But she saw some improvement in the Lady Tigers' 25-5, 25-5, 25-13 victory over Eureka Springs.
"We are moving the ball around good," Killingsworth said. "We are continuing to see improvement on team chemistry and movement on the court."
Because of illness, Eureka Springs didn't have enough junior varsity players available, so the Eureka Springs varsity team took on the Green Forest junior varsity. Green Forest won 25-23, 25-7, but Eureka Springs Coach Penny Pemberton was proud of the way her team performed.
"It is very encouraging for my girls knowing we gave them a run for their money there for a while considering they started the season late and we can only practice after school after all the basketball practices are over," Pemberton said.
On Monday, Eureka Springs will host Flippin. The Lady Tigers, they host Berryville in a Carroll County Showdown on Monday.