HERMON – Go up against the Hermon Hawks girls basketball team this year, and you may be in for a tough time.
The Hawks are 3-0 to start 2017, and have wasted no time in letting others know they are a force to be reckoned with in Class B North. Hermon owns an average margin of victory of nearly 40 points per game to date, among the highest in not just the conference, but all of the North region as well. With eight upperclassmen on hand, the Hawks bring depth most others would envy, which makes them a threat as the season progresses.
“Just, I think we can work together,” senior Lauren Plissey said at practice Wednesday. “We’ve been working together ever since middle school. So we have that chemistry.”
Hermon remains as one of several unbeatens in Class B North, and returns to action Thursday against Old Town.