HCP seniors play last game

Senior Chelsi Black takes the ball down

Sherrill Marble

Senior Chelsi Black takes the ball down

Four senior girls and five boys were recognized before the start of the evening’s games. For their last home game, the senior Eagles played the Classen SAS Comets. The regular season came to a close on February 11.

Daisy is a manager for the boys’ basketball team, she has been on principal’s honor roll all four years at HCP, and she also plays soccer and plans to attend the University of Oklahoma in the fall.

Alexandria Timmons is also a manager for the boys’ basketball team. She plays volleyball as well and plans to attend Ponca State University.

Brianna Jones is a manager for the girls’ basketball team. She participates in Key Club and the Too Much To Lose Club. Her accomplishments include being a published author and being on the principal’s honor roll. She wants to attend the University of Arkansas to become an architect.

Timarron Reese is a guard on the girls’ basketball team. She participates in Key Club and Health Club. Her accomplishments include being on the Principal’s Honor Roll all four years and lettering in both basketball and softball. She plans to attend OU to pursue a degree in nursing or radiology.

Martena Hill is a forward on the girls’ basketball team. She also participates in track and field and plays softball. Her accomplishments include scoring 16 points in a single game. She plans to attend the University of Central Oklahoma to pursue a degree in forensic science or psychology.

Chelsi Black, a point guard for the girls’ basketball team participates in the Too Much to Lose Club and plays softball. Her accomplishments include setting her career high of 35 points against Riverside. Black plans to attend Langston University to study biology.

Aliyah Berry is a guard on the girls’ basketball team. She also runs track and field and has been an Awesome Eagle. Berry plans to attend UCO and wants to continue to play basketball.

“[The game] was amazing because the other team was very cocky and they were shut down,” Berry said.

Cameron Kirk is a manager for the boys’ basketball team. He participates in STEM Club and Sci-fi club.

Shaladre Johnson is a center on the boys’ basketball team. Johnson also participates in track and field and has been an Awesome Eagle. He plans to attend OU or Langston University in the fall.

Torre Alfred has been an Awesome Eagle and has been on the Principal’s Honor Roll. He plans to attend UCO next year. Alfred says he will miss his teammates most, since they have been like family.

“[Senior Night] was the most memorable game I’ve played in because I felt accomplished to be a senior,” Alfred said.

De’Andre Goudeau is a guard on the boys’ basketball team. He wants to be a veterinarian and plans to play college basketball.

Alex Eakers is a shooting guard on the boys’ basketball team. His accomplishments include scoring 25 points against Riverside. He plans to attend OU or Oklahoma State University.

Trey-Von Childs is a forward on the boys’ basketball team. He has participated in speech and debate and plans to play basketball in college.

“I thought [Senior Night] was one of the best, most exciting games I have ever been in,” Childs said

The starting lineup for the girls game included seniors Aliyah Berry, Timarron Reece and Chelsi Black. The girls’ team played well in the first half scoring eight points in the first quarter and 18 points in the second quarter for a total of 26 points in the first half. The girls racked in another 20 points in the third quarter, and another 11 in the fourth. The Lady Eagles beat Classen SAS by two points with a final score of 55-57.

The lineup for the boys team was entirely seniors and they quickly took the lead, 21-9 in the first quarter. The boys added 17 points to their score ending the half with a lead of 23 points. The third quarter didn’t present many challenges as the boys accumulated even more points totaling at 57 points. In the end the boys crushed the Comets 76-42