Brooke Adams

Nick Delgratta, senior, is making the most of his senior basketball season.

Sophia Kavouras, Feature Editor

Nick DelGratta is a Senior basketball player for the WIldcats.

He plays the 3 guard and is the main offensive threat for the Cats. 

On Saturday, Dec 3rd the Cats traveled to Warren G Harding to battle against the Raiders. Unfortunately, they did not come home with the win, losing 63-69. 

The game did not meet the senior’s expectations; he believed that they could have pulled off a win. 

“Overall no, we executed very well and we are starting to figure things out, but a win is what we want and need,” said DelGratta.

After the loss, the Cats took home some new things to work on. 

“We didn’t shoot well from the free throw line and that killed us; also lack of rebounding was a big factor in that game,” said DelGratta

The Cats were back home on Friday, Dec 9th against the South Range Raiders and again Saturday Dec. 10th against Western Reserve Blue Devils. Struthers defeated both teams.

The Cats are back working harder in the gym and taking in everything from the first game and applying it to the next. 

“The little things can affect a game more than we think, we are doing the best we can right now and that is all we can ask from anyone,” said DelGratta. 

DelGratta said he wishes he would have shot better from the free throw line because it would have helped the team out more. 

“I didn’t shoot very well from the free throw line, and that killed us,” said DelGratta.