The future looks bright.
As Cathedral High School girls basketball coach Reggen Melson sees it, that didn’t make the 2018-2019 season easy – and it wasn’t always fun – but it did mean a foundation was laid for the future.
And that meant something important was accomplished.
“If you look at the big picture, they responded to adversity,” Melson said. “It’s real easy when you’re in the mix of it not to see that. We stuck it out. We finished strong. We had some bright spots.”
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The season to date hasn’t been ideal.
“It’s just OK,” Reggen Melson said recently when assessing the early part of the Cathedral High School girls basketball season.
That’s one part of the Irish’s 2018-2019 story. The other part is that the potential is there for a strong finish – and Melson said that will be the focus as a difficult postseason approaches.
“We’re going to fight to the end,” Melson said. “That’s the plan. That’s our game plan.”
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"Gordon averaged 10.6 points, 7.1 rebounds and 2.8 steals for the Irish last year, including a pair of double-doubles. If she improves her free-throw percentage, she will be an even bigger threat. With the graduation of Keya Patton, Gordon figures to be the focal point of the offense." - IndyStar
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Reggen Melson sees a difficult objective simply.
Excellence at the state level is the overall objective at Cathedral High School – and Melson says it’s simply and obviously the objective for Irish girls basketball, too.
Getting there takes work, and the Irish are beginning that process under Melson during what has been a promising start to the 2017-2018 season.
“We’re getting there,” said Melson, in her first season as the Irish’s head coach after previous head coaching stints at Scecina and Crispus Attucks....