Big Foot High School senior Heath Dillenbeck (above, shown in a game earlier this season) played his final basketball game as a Chief in the regional opener. (Bob Mischka photo)

By Dan Truttschel

Sports correspondent

The victories didn’t come easy for the Big Foot boys basketball team this season, but the foundation has been set for continued improvement.

Now the work begins.

Big Foot closed its season last week with an 89-54 loss to Lake Mills in a Division 3 regional opener. The Chiefs finished at 3-20 overall.

Lake Mills jumped out to a 46-27 first half lead and cruised from there.

“(They) were able to attack off the dribble, causing us to have to help off our person, and they were able to kick it out to the open man,” first-year Big Foot coach Jeff Fenrick said.

Read the rest of the story, including Fenrick’s comments about continual improvements this season, in the March 9 Times/Reporter.


No comments

Be the first one to leave a comment.

Post a Comment