• Rick Capone, Sports Editor

Woodford fans enjoy a night of ‘Jacket Madness’

The Woodford County High School girls’ and boys’ basketball team hosted their annual Jacket Madness in The Hive on Friday, Nov. 18, much to the delight of all the fans in attendance. Following a really good bowl of hot chili, the alumni game kicked the evening’s festivities off with a nicely played game of three on three, highlighted by some numerous dunks and some three-pointers by fan favorite and former team manager Marcus George. Following the alumni game, the girls’ varsity, junior varsity and freshman teams were introduced, followed by a scrimmage in which all players got to participate. Then, throughout the rest of the evening, the middle school boys’ team showcased its talents, as did the high school cheerleading team. The night was capped by the introduction and scrimmage of the boys’ varsity, junior varsity and freshman teams. Following are some photos from the girls’ basketball scrimmage.

SCENES FROM the WCHS girls’ basketball scrimmage during Jacket Madness on Friday, Nov.  18 in The Hive. . Peyton Rose, dark jersey, will not only be known for her offence but her defense as well. (Photo by Rick Capone)
SCENES FROM the WCHS girls’ basketball scrimmage during Jacket Madness on Friday, Nov.  18 in The Hive. Delaney Enlow focuses hard on making this free throw. (Photo by Rick Capone)

SCENES FROM the WCHS girls’ basketball scrimmage during Jacket Madness on Friday, Nov.  18 in The Hive. Abbie Hudson drives the ball down the court to start a play. (Photo by Rick Capone)

SCENES FROM the WCHS girls’ basketball scrimmage during Jacket Madness on Friday, Nov.  18 in The Hive. WCHS head coach Jay Lucas watches his players warm up. (Photo by Rick Capone)

SCENES FROM the WCHS girls’ basketball scrimmage during Jacket Madness on Friday, Nov.  18 in The Hive. Abbey Peterson goes for a layup during the scrimmage. (Photo by Rick Capone)

SCENES FROM the WCHS girls’ basketball scrimmage during Jacket Madness on Friday, Nov.  18 in The Hive. Cassie Cook tries to get position on a defender during a free throw. (Photo by Rick Capone)

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