Cougar basketball teams have reached the midway point in their season. The season started off with the Cougar Classic, and there have been a lot of away games in early January. The good news is that there are five remaining home games for the varsity teams; each is a CCAC – East division match up. The middle school “A” teams play their final six games at home and conclude their season with the Cougar Hoops Shootout on February 5. The boys “B” team will conclude with a tournament on February 13 at Kraybill Mennonite.
Jan. 29 Jr. Cougar Night – All CCS elementary students receive free admission if they are wearing Jr. Cougar shirts.
Feb. 2 Sr. Night – CCS MS and HS students receive free admission if they are wearing cougar gear.
The varsity boys' team enters their game vs. LCCS tomorrow having won three of their last four games. LCCS will be a tough opponent as the Cougars lost to the Lions in the early season match up. The Cougars have found success with good defense and balanced scoring. Blake Greenly commented after a recent road win at Lititz, “Winning on a big night (homecoming) at their court gives us a lot of confidence going forward to beat any team in the CCAC.” While the boys have tasted success, they still press to improve. When asked about areas the team can still improve at, Greenly stated, “We still want to improve on the defensive end of the floor.”
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Come and cheer the Cougars on to victory.