Honey hopes to lead Lady Wildcats back to Jackson

Calhoun City Lady Wildcats’ style of constant full court pressure basketball suits Kei Honey just fine.
“I love the competition,” she said. “Pressing and running is a lot of fun.”
Honey, a senior for the Lady ‘Cats, does a lot more than just press. She’s among their leading scorers and rebounders this season.

“It’s always fun to hit a big shot,” she said. “I love being in the lane and rebounding and putting it in.”
Honey has become a leader for Calhoun City helping to set the tone a lot of nights for her team.

“She’s really stepped up and taken on a lot of leadership,” Coach Rob Fox said.
“I want to become a better player and help my team get to state,” said Honey, the daughter of Temetris Hubbard and James Honey.
“We expect to be a good team by the end of the year,” Honey said. “We still have some things to work on, but once we get that down we’ll be pretty good.”