Freshman boy’s basketball has successful season

Freshman boy’s basketball has successful season

By Hayley Goldblatt & Harley Long Posted February 15, 2012

They won their last two games of the season. One against Elko at home and they dominated the Wolverines in an uptight battle at West Wendover.

Donovan Brumm said, “I feel great about beating Elko because it’s our biggest basketball rival.” They played the West Wendover Wolverines on Friday, February 10, Winning 68-33, it was a high scoring game compared to their other games. The final score against Elko was 60-39.

“We played well. We had some trouble getting into the offense at first but when we did, we did well,” said Brumm.

Freshman boys huddle up before their game against Elko. /Hayley Goldblatt • The Brand
Freshman boys huddle up before their game against Elko. /Hayley Goldblatt • The Brand

“Our season went great, we had a great group of kids that worked well together,” said coach Grant Beatty.

Their overall record was 23-2 and they were on a 17-game winning streak. The only losses they had were to Douglas and Damonte Ranch with single-digit deference’s. The boys played an intense season and made their school and team proud.

They made their school proud with their incredible record and outstanding performance this season.

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