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Keeping up with boys varsity basketball

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Kaiyana Cornelius, Sports Reporter

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The Mighty Lions are kicking it off to a good start. There’s more to it when it comes to playing basketball with the boy’s varsity. It takes focus and dedication. Both of which our boy’s team require while in game time. So far their record is 7-7 before they start their first district game on December 19.

“I pray before all my games and watch highlights of Kyrie Irving to get in game mode,” says junior Keionte’ Cornelius. “Listening to Lil Uzi and Jay Critch gets me motivated.” Cornelius is the starting point guard on varsity. He’s averaging 20.8 points per game and 1.7 assists per game. Get ready to witness these upcoming district games. Cornelius is ready to bring home many victories.

Christyon Eugene says his pre-game rituals are, “get together with the team and talk about what we need to do in the game.” He listens to, “Nba Youngboy-war with us” to get ready for the game. Christyon is averaging 14.8 points per game. He also is a junior and starts with Keionte’ Cornelius. Together they bring many great things to the table for Spring basketball.

Titus Howard is our center for Spring. He’s a junior on varsity. “Before games, I listen to hype songs and look at highlight videos. I love dreams and nightmares by Meek Mills and the race by Tay K,” says Howard. Recently, Titus has come straight from football, so he has a lot of catching up to do. So far he has been doing great with the games he has played in. There’s more to come.

All three players are class of 2019 and have been doing great on varsity. They have a long and amazing journey ahead of them. If all stay together for the remainder of their high school year, they could work together and become champions. A bright future lies ahead for these players.

 

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