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Finishing Bay League with a record of 9-1, boys basketball is set to play Loyola in the first round of the CIF playoffs. With some returning players remembering a deep run last year, the team is motivated to do better this time around.

Senior Kyle Carter explains how important these playoffs are to him as it is the last chance for him and his fellow seniors to win at RUHS.

Carter says that these playoffs “mean a lot because this is his last time together with this group of guys.”

This team has forged a special bond together, fighting to keep themselves together as long as possible.

Carter says “the team was able to grow as a family this year so he’d like to win as many games as they can to get a ring and continue to play with one another.”

With playoffs comes more intense preparation. The team has been watching more film and practicing harder than ever.

Junior forward Chimezie Maduno explains that practices “have become more detail-oriented and have been more focused on adjusting to Loyola’s style of play.”  

With every game becoming possibly the last one, the team will be pushed to their limits as they try to reach the pinnacle of success at the high school level. The road to a ring won’t be easy, but the team is up to the challenge.

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Liam Barrett, Staff Writer

I am a junior and a first-year writer for the paper. I am also a varsity basketball player and like to watch sports.

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