The varsity boys finished the regular season sitting in third place with a 13-5 record.
“It’s been going well. We are starting to connect better as a team and we just need to keep focus and continue to put in the work to win the rest of our games,” said Oscar Juanes.
The boys continue to work together as a team to improve each game.
“It’s been good so far, we have improved so much and are starting to become more of a team and it’s really starting to show on the court. Some things we need to work on is our communication on the court and pressuring the ball more on defense,” said Scottie Smith.
Although the boys fell short to Elko and Fallon, they came out strong in both games.
“The season is going super well right now. We need to work on having the mindset of going out and beating teams no matter what. We also need our big physical posts to carry our team and if they do, we will be an extremely hard team to beat,” said JJ Backus.
The team will be facing its biggest competitors in the regional tournament.
“As of right now we are we are sitting in 3rd in the northern 3A with a loss to Elko and Fallon,” said Kobe Stoker. “The team is finally getting together as a team we just need to work on the little things. Such as not turning the ball over in transition, being patient on offense and being more aggressive on defense. We need to keep improving in every game and we will be a top competitor in the playoffs.”
Anything can happen in the playoffs.
“It’s been a great time getting to play here for four years and I’m super proud of the way this years team played and competed”, said Brendan Domire. “I want to go out on top, that’s my goal. I want to make it to state and try to pull off something incredible.”
Lowry played Fernley on Thursday while Elko and Churchill County earned byes.