Tomorrow night, February 10th, the Memorial Gym in Anaconda will come alive as they host the Florence Flacons in double header basketball action. The matchup will be  memorable for many, especially since it's also Senior Night! Prospectively, the boys & girls JV teams will begin play in the late afternoon with Senior Night festivities expected to take place at 5 p.m. and prior to the varsity games. Those honored tomorrow during Senior Night are dedicated athletes and musicians preparing to graduate in the spring. Students who have participated in basketball, cheerleading, orchestra and band will be recognized with their parents in arm during the ceremony. With that being said, hats off to Gabe Galle who will be the lone upper letterman  basketball player to grace the court for Senior Night. As for the Copperhead Wrestling team who just took home their first team divisional championship, they celebrated their Senior Night on January 24th! Check our Townsquare Media websites for info about the Mighty Copperhead Wrestlers heading to State in Billings this weekend, as well! (In the meantime, more about Copperhead basketball action below)

Following Senior Night at the Memorial Gym in Anaconda tomorrow, the girls' varsity team is expected to take to the court at 6 p.m. and the boys' varsity team at 7:30 p.m. Across the board in non-league and league play, the Copperhead boys stand at 9-5, and the Lady Heads at 11-2. In making the trip from Florence to Anaconda tomorrow, the Falcon boys are at 10-7 and the Lady Falcons at 9-8. The Copperheads will travel to Missoula on Saturday for another double-header against Loyola, and will be back in the Snake Pit (601 Hickory, Anaconda) beginning February 17th to host 6B district basketball. (Copperhead Basketball Roster below)

Here's to the Copperhead Boys! Good luck Gabe Galle, Tanner Cromwell, River Hurley, Riley Kriskovich, Billy Farmer, Corey Galle, Tytan Cook, Cael Mikalatos, Wade Dahood, and Travis Dye under the direction of Head Coach Dakota Norris.

To the Lady Copperheads, rock it tomorrow! This means you...Maniyah Lunceford,  Cali Pesanti, Larkin Galle, Aliyah Valentini, Giana Chor, Ady Hoiland, Hayden Lunceford, Quincy Saltenberger, Rain Daniels, Maleah Gress, Meela Mitchell, Kendyl Meinhold, and Kenzy Pickering. As for Junior stand-out Makena Patrick, who is currently out for the season due to a torn ACL and PCL, her dedication and support of the team are still very much apparent. The very best to all athletes!

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