LYMAN — The Lyman Eagle basketball teams will be on the prowl to close out their games of 2017 will a win on their home hardwood as they host Wyoming Indian today at 3 p.m.
This game is an inter-class game as Wyoming Indian competes in the 2A conference. The Chiefs are currently ranted #4.
The Eagles are having a tough time as new players make up the main five as the Eagles lost four of the main five through graduation. Head coach Kevin Lueck has said the team is working out the kinks to solidify their play as a team and practices are focused on the team becoming one. Although the game with the Chiefs won’t affect the Eagles conference record, a win would up their overall record, which is currently 1-6 and are at the bottom of the south quadrant.
The Lady Eagles are soaring higher than the Eagles as they take on the Lady Chiefs today at 1:30 p.m. The Lady Eagles are #2 in the 3A conference and will most likely roll over the Lady Chiefs which are rated as #5 in the 2A conference.
The Lady Eagles are still looking forward to their first conference opponent as they close out their games in 2017, but they boast an overall record of 6-0, which is the
Head coach Jason Hansen lays out the battle-plan for the Lady Eagles in an earlier game on their home court. HEARLD PHOTO/Josh Hall