Great Victory By Cheyenne – Coach Walker has done an outstanding job, replacing a legend. After a slow start that included canceling fall league games, a 5 game losing streak, and a replayed game, against a heated division rival, they…
Great Victory By Cheyenne – Coach Walker has done an outstanding job, replacing a legend. After a slow start that included canceling fall league games, a 5 game losing streak, and a replayed game, against a heated division rival, they qualified for a playoff birth and came away with a narrow first-round victory. Their reward… a trip to the snake pit to face a Mojave Team that won their league games by an average of 29 points. Winner goes to Cox Pavillion Senior guardcame up huge leading the team with 17 points. ” Chris was huge for us last night down the stretch. He stepped up and hit big shots that kept us in the game.” – Cheyenne HC coach, John Walker.
Gorman Surrvies A Scare – 5A Parity has been the overriding theme of the season. That was never more evident than by the first round. Perineal power Bishop Gorman trailed by 4 at the half, and by as many as 9 going into the 4th. “Desert Pines gave us all we could handle. We knew it would be tough, Coach Dame Harris did a great job this year with this team” – Gorman HC Grant Rice They would rally, behind a 23-9 fourth quarter to escape with the victory. The Jags, who had been competitive all season, got double-digit efforts from, , and . The Gaels were led by who had a huge 4th quarter. and each finished with 15 points in the game.
Reno Continues To Roll – We know very little about the Huskies except that they have pounded seemingly everyone. They picked up their 10th straight win Tuesday night, with a 64-29 victory over Reed. They’re led by one of the top trios in the state, in, , and . They face Manogue with a trip to State on the line Thursday.
Sliverado’s Remarkable Run – The Skyhawks didn’t even have a coach until after the start of the school year, now they sit one win away from the 4A Final Four. They are scrappy, undersized, and underrated, and go against a Chap squad with the most dominant player in 4A in 6’7 sophomore forward,. The Skyhawks as always are a fast but undersized bunch, they are lead by the super sophomore , and senior sniper .