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Hays boys basketball victorious over Abilene, Garden City

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Avery Augustine

Coming off an away victory against the Liberal Redskins on Feb. 9, the Hays High School boys basketball team hosted Abilene on Feb. 13 and Garden City on Feb. 16. With a 10-6 record on the season, this last stretch of games is crucial to sub-state playoff seeding.

Entering the game, the Abilene Cowboys had a 14-2 record, with their only losses being to the Wichita South Titans and the Great Bend Panthers. After a hard-fought game from both teams, the Hays High Indians came out with the upset at home, 54-47. Hays looked to get their 12th win three days later against the Garden City Buffaloes.

The Buffaloes came into the game with an 8-10 record, looking to get a win to get them closer to double-digit victories on the season. However, the Indians came out storming and dominated the Buffaloes, 63-44, to improve Hays to 12-6 with two games remaining on the year.

Hays will conclude their season at home against Dodge City on Feb. 20 and at Great Bend on Feb. 23.

24elucio@usd489.com

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Eric Lucio, Design/Multimedia Editor
Hi, my name is Eric Lucio, and I am a senior. I am the design editor for the newsmagazine, so I make the covers on our newsmagazine. This is my third year in newspaper, and I am involved in Tribe Broadcasting, Chamber Singers, Musical, Quill and Scroll and Leadership. I plan on attending KU next year to major in Jjournalism with a concentration in sports media.

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