Contributing Writer: Brandi Hart | Images: CCN-
Osbourn High School was full of energy Friday night as the Osbourn Eagles’ Varsity Girls and Boys basketball teams played Battlefield High School.This was a Pink Out game, as the audience, cheerleaders and even the basketball players themselves dressed in pink for Breast cancer awareness.
For the girls, it was also a night to celebrate their four seniors. Prior to the game, the team acknowledged first year manager Diamani Grant, first year player Breena Campbell, and four year players Catrina Wood and Harmony Davidson. After an intense game, the girls lost 47-62.
The boys then took the court against Battlefield as well. The energy grew as the team and the fans wanted a win against Battlefield. The game was very close and resulted in the Eagles winning 72-65.