Olney High School 2022 Lady Cub Softball Team: 1 Sarah Green - Senior, 3 Brianna Galindo - Sophomore,4 Brie Hagle - Senior, 5 Olivia Enriquez - Senior, 7 Abby Guerra - Junior, 12 Aubrey Mahler - Junior, 14 Makayla Torres - Sophomore, 20 Taaron Scrogum - Junior, 21 Ellie Hinson - Sophomore, 26 Aney Alvarez - Junior and Cate Rodriguez - Manager. Not shown is Lady Cub Head Softball Coach, Mollie Pace and Assistant Coach, Danny Anderson. Photo by Will Sadler
On Saturday, Feb. 12, Olney High School [OHS] UIL team traveled to Holiday to compete in a UIL competition that included Holliday, Henrietta, Iowa Park, Bellevue, Childress, Archer City, City View, Seymour and Hirschi. OHS fought hard and walked away with 2nd place overall.
On February 8, the Olney Lady Cubs headed to Archer City to play their final game of the season against their rivals, the Ladycats. The Lady Cubs lost the match up with the Ladycats 22-60. The Lady Cubs season was full of highs and lows but through it all the Lady Cubs never stopped fighting and played with heart and determination. The following are the highlights from the match up, #3 Ramirez scored 4 points with two free throws and one under the basket, #4 Wilk hit one free throw, one floater and drove to the basket scoring 5 points for the night, #10 Hinson was good for 2 points, #12 Stroud hit for on free throw, #15 Guerra sank a free throw and drove through defenders for three buckets for a final score of 7 points and #22 Bednarz sank one basket and was good for one free throw, scoring 3 points.
On February 8, the Olney Cubs travelled to Archer City to take on the Wildcats during district play. The Cubs fought hard against their northern rivals but failed to secure the win, losing Cubs 31-Wildcats 60. The following are highlights from the match up, #0 Guy sank a floater and one from the outside for 5 points, #1 Hernandez scored 3 points with a shot from the outside, #2 Knight was good to go with one free throw and 2 points driving to the basket, #4 Scrogum continued his aerial assault scoring 9 points from the outside, #11 Castillo helped keep the Cubs in the fight scoring 4 points, #12 Turner drove to the basket scoring 4 points for the night, #23 Enriquez pushed past defenders and scored 2 points and #24 Kulhanek scored a free throw.
On Feb. 1, the Lady Cubs hosted the Seymour Lady Panthers. The Lady Cubs fought with heart but fell to the Lady Panthers 20-50. The following are highlights from the game. Lady Cubs #3 Ramirez sank a bucket for 2, #4 Wilk 4-points that included two free throws, #10 Hinson scored 2 points with a floater, #11 Paul hit two from the outside for 6 points, #15 Guerra drove through defenders for 2-points and #22 Bednarz sank two baskets for 4-points.