Both Apprentice School basketball teams will return to action on Wednesday night facing Washington Adventist University. The men will be home at 6pm, while the women travel to Takoma Park, Md. to take on the Lady Shock also at 6 pm.
The men's game is a rematch of a game from January 12 when the Builders lost 76-65 at Washington Adventist. The Shock come in with a record of 8-18 after losing to Post University 82-50 on February 16.
This game serves as Senior Night for the Builders who are currently 16-8 and haven't played since defeating Williamson Trade 71-58 on February 9. Prior to the game, ceremonies will take place to honor the three seniors on the men's team – Duane Douglas, Tevin Andrews and Henry Wright.
At halftime, we will honor the seniors from the wrestling team, cheerleaders and drumline.
For the Lady Builders, they face a rematch of a game from January 23 when they held off a charge from the Lady Shock for a 61-57 win. Washington Adventist comes in with a record of 6-18 after defeating Fairmont State 73-57 on February 18.
The Lady Builders are 10-13 and haven't played since losing to Voorhees College 78-56 on February 9. They will have their Senior Day on Sunday at 2 pm when they close out their season against Virginia University of Lynchburg.