By Nick Cammuso
Times West Virginian
For Fairmont Senior girls’ basketball, every moment is a learning opportunity.
Whether weekend practices or the fourth quarter of a blowout, it’s all a chance to get better. The same applies to losses, including Monday’s season-opener with Bridgeport where turnovers and constant fouling got in the way of a possible upset victory.
“You have to learn to make adjustments,” Fairmont Senior coach Corey Hines said.
So Wednesday night, the Polar Bears adjusted. They limited the mistakes, capitalized on Liberty miscues and were sparked by a torrid first period en route to a 69-44 home victory.
While Fairmont Senior (1-1 overall, 1-1 in the Big 10) got off to a fast start in its debut on Monday, leading last year’s state finalists at the half and hanging around well after the break, they took things to another level against the Mountaineers.
After the first quarter, the Polar Bears had a 25-3 lead.