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Rogers Boys win Title

Rogers Boys win Title

Rogers Boys win Championship!!!

The boys finished the regular season with 4 wins and 2 loses in a 5 way tie for 1st place.  This is the first time in the leagues history that 5 teams tied for first place showing how competitive the league was this year.  In the quarter final game, the boys hosted Hawthorne in the 1st round.  This was a defensive, grind it out, physical game that went down to the wire.  The Rogers boys answered the challenge and were able to pull off the victory winning 30-27.  In the 2nd round semi-final game the Panthers had to travel to Dana who is always a very well coached and complete team.  This was a great game from start to finish going back and forth.  Rogers went up by 7 with a few minutes to go, but Dana answered by cutting the lead back down to 2.  With clutch free throw shooting by both Bryan Mex and Mahkai Griffin, the Panthers were able to hold off the Dolphins in an offensive up and down game 57-54.  The Panthers were able to host the championship game in which they played Prairie Vista.  They saved their best game for last as the played and executed both offensively and defensively for 40 minutes.  Their effort, communication, decision making was obvious as they put in all together for the finale.  The Panthers got up 22-12 at halftime and never looked back.  They had control the whole game and ended up defeating Prairie Vista 43-31.  Including pre-season and the playoffs, the Champions finished with 8 wins and only 2 losses.  Coach Cleary couldn't be prouder of the boys who have set the standard very high as the boys basketball program moves forward.


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