Lady Indians drop first two games of season

by Jamie Harris

The Berkeley Springs Lady Indians opened up their 2022-2023 season with a road contest at East Hardy and a home contest with sectional rival Frankfort.

On Tuesday, November 29 the Lady Indians traveled to Hardy County for a contest at East Hardy.

The first quarter saw Berkeley Springs move the ball around well and at one point hold a slim lead over the Cougars. East Hardy would rebound and at the end of the first quarter held a 12- 10 lead.

The second quarter proved to be a nightmare for the Lady Indians as East Hardy raced out to a 35-15 halftime lead. The third and fourth quarters saw the host Cougars maintain control of the game as they coasted to a 66-35 win.

Berkeley Springs was led by Emma Widmeyer (13 points), Annie Visco (6 points), Grace Risinger (5 points), Maddie Fauver (4 points), Alaira Harrington (4 points) and Maddie Close (3 points).

On Friday, December 2 the Lady Indians hosted the Frankfort Falcons. Before the game longtime Berkeley Springs Indians assistant coach and employee Mike Webster was recognized for the BSHS Make a Difference A ward for his outstanding contributions and dedication.

The first quarter saw the visitors from Mineral County take control by the score of 13-1.

Frankfort would then fire up their pace and outscore the Lady Indians 15-2 in the sec- ond quarter to take a comfortable 28-3 halftime lead.

In the third quarter Frank- fort would use a 13-7 advantage to increase their lead to 41-10. The final quarter saw the Lady Indians outscore the Falcons 7-6. However, Frankfort would secure the 47-17 win.

Berkeley Springs was led by Maddie Fauver (9 points), Melissa Seabright (2 points), Alaira Harrington (2 points), Jazmine Briscoe (2 points), Gracie Risinger (1 point), and Maddie Daniels (1 point).

Berkeley Springs (0-2) will be at home this Tuesday, De cember 6 with a contest against Grace Christian Academy. Tip-off is 6 p.m.