Boys seek to extinguish Trail Blazers

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Boys seek to extinguish Trail Blazers

Boys' basketball put up a fight against the Kimball Knights on Friday losing 65-57. This marked the end of the boys' 2018-19 season.

Boys' basketball put up a fight against the Kimball Knights on Friday losing 65-57. This marked the end of the boys' 2018-19 season.

Amelia Jauregui

Boys' basketball put up a fight against the Kimball Knights on Friday losing 65-57. This marked the end of the boys' 2018-19 season.

Amelia Jauregui

Amelia Jauregui

Boys' basketball put up a fight against the Kimball Knights on Friday losing 65-57. This marked the end of the boys' 2018-19 season.

Catie Reeves, Sports Editor

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With only two games left in the District 9-5A season for the boys’ basketball, the team makes the short trip to take on the Lebanon Trail Trail Blazers Friday at 7:15 p.m.

“We are feeling very good about our chances of winning the rest of our season and going into playoffs,” freshman Evan Stewart said. “On that note we are just trying to go 1-0 from here until however far we go as Coach Friar says almost everyday we just are team that’s hungry and ready to play whoever.”

Coming off of a big win over Lone Star on Tuesday, the boys are stepping onto the court with the chance to inch closer to first place.

“It’s gonna be a good game for us,” junior Zach Bishop said. “We want to improve for playoffs and this will be a good opportunity for that.”