January 31, 2023

HAPS Championship Game

Congratulations to the MS B Team boys basketball team and Coach Austin on having a stellar season and making it to the HAPS Division 2 championship game. It was a competitive game from start to finish with our Warriors coming up just short of the win falling to the Legacy Prep Lions 39-33. Throughout the game, the boys battled through injuries, sickness and foul trouble, but they never gave up. This was evident by all in attendance as even a Legacy Prep parent complimented our boys on how well they were coached and how hard they played. We are so proud of all the boys and look forward to building on what was accomplished this season for next year.

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