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Boys basketball plunge in state championship

On Friday, March 9 the boys basketball team headed to Wells Fargo Arena for the state championship game against Cedar Falls.

West faced Cedar Falls in the state championship game. The Trojans fell 45-65 and finished their season 21-5. Patrick McCaffery ’19 and Seybian Sims ’18 were both awarded with positions on the all-tournament team. McCaffery led the Trojans with 13 points, followed by Sims with 12 points.

Seybian Sims '18 brings the ball towards the Trojans side during the second half of the game on Friday, March 9.
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