Class 2A Keswick Christian bows out but remains upbeat
NAPLES — The Keswick Christian girls basketball team knew it faced a tough task Thursday, facing No. 2-ranked Community School of Naples on its home court in a Class 2A, Region 3 quarterfinal. Still, the young Crusaders (13-14) put up fight before the host Seahawks (25-3) pulled away for a 53-32 victory.
"We weren't even supposed to be here," said Keswick coach Karrmayne King, who suited up just one senior. "We started over this year. I'm proud of the girls just for reaching this point."
The Crusaders (13-14) committed 18 turnovers while hitting just 10 field goals. Junior guard Tori Hale led Keswick with 15 points. Community School guard Michelle Woods led all scorers with 17.