Finding positives despite one-sided losses, Galloway reflects on Lady Hawks’ 0-2 start

HARDIN VALLEY — With five new starters, and beginning the season with a pair of especially tough opponents, the Hardin Valley Academy Lady Hawks basketball team is off to an 0-2 start after one-sided losses to Campbell County at HVA, and on the road at perennial Class AAA power Oak Ridge last week.

However, while hosting the CCHS Lady Cougars Tuesday night, Jan. 17,

“Gracie Waite, our freshman point guard, had a good game,” HVA head coach Jennifer Galloway said about Wade scoring 15 points in her first varsity high school game.

Two nights later at Oak Ridge, junior guard Evelyn Hess led the Lady Hawks in scoring with 12 points.

“In neither game did we quit. We played hard until the end,” Galloway said.