Kaycee High School senior Madison Gosney high-fives her teammates as she runs through the hand tunnel and out on the court on Saturday. Gosney is one of three seniors on the girls basketball team this season.
Kaycee High School senior Mary Cleveland races to recover and ultimately steal the ball away from Hulett freshman Ahnya Ivie-Moody on Saturday. Kaycee made a large number of steels throughout the game to dominate in ball possession.
Kaycee High School senior Mary Cleveland sprints down court after stealing the ball away from Hulett again in the first quarter on Saturday. Cleveland finished the game with four points and three fouls.
Kaycee High School senior Mary Cleveland and junior Bindi Hill dive together underneath the Hulett girls to rebound a ball and return it to their teammates on Saturday. They returned the ball to Kaycee and scored with a 3-pointer on the possession.
Kaycee High School freshmen Denise Ortega-Chavez, left, and Casey LeDoux laugh together while teammate Sierra Kilts takes a free throw shot on Saturday. The pair are the only two freshmen on the girls basketball team this season.
Kaycee High School freshman Denise Ortega-Chavez reaches for a ball that was thrown out of bounds by Hulett senior Char Bauman before Denise could reach it on Saturday. Kaycee was given the ball back and they scored on the play, increased the score to 20-0 in the second quarter.
Kaycee High School senior Tinley Pierson catches her arm inside Hulett freshman Myah Cornett’s arm after diving to lunging to attempt a steal on Saturday. Kaycee played the the team in sets of five, starting a quarter with a group of five and then swapping all five out for the new set of five mid-quarters.
Kaycee High School senior Mary Cleveland stole the ball away from Hulett freshman Ahnya Ivie-Moody, right, before bouncing into freshman Kaydence Westover and stealing the ball away once more on Saturday. Kaycee was fouled on the play and was granted two free throw shots.
Kaycee High School’s senior players Tinley Pierson, Madison Gosney and Mary Cleveland laugh together in a huddle as head coach Laura Pierson, Tinley’s mom, talks about coaching and knowing the trio on Saturday.The seniors were recognized as graduating seniors during halftime.
Kaycee High School freshman Denise Ortega-Chavez dribbles toward center court before passing to teammate Jackie Ramirez on Saturday. The seniors were put back in the game for much of the fourth quarter to play more time in their senior night game, even though the score did not require more play time from the starters.
Members of the varsity boys basketball team slid onto the floor barefoot during halftime of the girls game so they could shoot around without gym shoes on Saturday. The team spread around the 3-point line and took turns shooting playing a game of knock out.
Kaycee High School’s varsity girls basketball team hosted Hulett on Saturday afternoon, Feb. 6, 2021. Kaycee took a strong lead from the start, finishing the first quarter up 20-0 and maintaining the strong lead for the duration of the game. Senior night was celebrated at half time, recognizing seniors Mary Cleveland, Madison Gosney and Tinley Pierson and their parents for their time with the team. Kaycee finished the game with a 60-10 win and play time for every Kaycee player.