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Eighth grader Chris Allen shooting the basketball.

Eighth grader Chris Allen shooting the basketball.

Carolina Olivas-Hernandez

Eighth grader Chris Allen shooting the basketball.

Carolina Olivas-Hernandez

Carolina Olivas-Hernandez

Eighth grader Chris Allen shooting the basketball.

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PREVIOUS GAMES: “My favorite game was the Seymour game in the Olney tournament because it was a fun game and I scored a lot of points,” eighth grader Mckinnen Beaver said.

BRIGHT SPOTS: “We have improved by using our words well and finishing out stronger and working together,” seventh grader Kline Mayo said. “My favorite game to play in was the City View game because we worked together well as a tem,” eighth grader Chris Allen said.

We should have won some close games, but I’m proud because of the road we took to get there and I’m good with where we ended”

— seventh grade Coach Tim Pope

INSIDE  SCOOP: “We lost to Olney the first time but we beat them the next time,” seventh grader Elijah Jackson said. “Our biggest improvement since the beginning of the season is being more aggressive toward the basket and making shots,” eighth grade Coach Corbin Brooks said.

WEAKNESSES: “We should have won some close games, but I’m proud because of the road we took to get there and I’m good with where we ended ,” seventh grade coach Tim  Pope said.

STRENGTHS: “The team has gotten better at being aggressive toward the basket and making shots,” Coach Brooks said. “We have improved on our defense and not reaching got the ball,” seventh grader Chance Warren said.

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