Six members of this year’s Cuba High School football team have been selected by the media for the Class 2 Central Missouri All-District Football Team. Three were named to both the offensive and defensive teams.
If there is a winner so far in the 2020-21 Cuba High School boys basketball season, then it has to be the coronavirus. The ongoing pandemic has not only kept the Wildcats from being able to practice normally, but has also led the cancelation of one game and the postponement of two others.
“Well, it has been a challenging first three weeks of our season so far,” Head Coach Brett Joseph said.
How do you replace 88 percent of your scoring from a year ago? That’s a question Cuba High School varsity girls Head Coach Ryan Bobbitt is working to answer as his team gets ready to open the season next week.
The Cuba High School basketball teams will be hosting a local jamboree on Thursday, November 19, but attendance is going to be strictly limited. Both teams were scheduled to open their regular seasons on Saturday, but the early part of their schedules is already being impacted by COVID-19.
The Cuba and Bourbon middle school girls basketball teams squared off for both squads final game of the season at Bourbon High School on November 3. The teams played just one eighth-grade game with the Lady Wildcats coming out on top 31-26.