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Conway Boys Have a Promising and Bright Future Ahead of Them

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Lyn Sanders

     The Conway Varsity Boys Basketball team played the Bryant Hornets at the Buzz Bolding Arena on January 26 at 7:10 pm. They lost against Bryant by 35, with the final score being 37-72. This wasn’t a great game or showing by the Conway Wampus Cats, but their is hope for future games.

     So far, this is a rough season for the Wampus Cat Boys as their record is an abysmal 6-13. However, there is hope for this team and its future. This is a very young team because there is only one senior on the team, and their best and most experienced player is junior Kanard Turner. Kanard is a very talented and dynamic player and is the heart of this basketball team. This team does have many talented sophomores, such as Jace Sullivan, AJ McCray, Jamal Holden, and Wesley Tapp. 

     When this group first met during last year’s off season, they weren’t very united and didn’t have much chemistry. However,  they grew to learn each other’s personalities and their playing styles. Junior, Kanard Turner said, “ The trials of last off season brought everyone together, and we’re continuing to build chemistry every practice and throughout this season. 

     This season can be described as a rebuilding year, as this is a very young and inexperienced team. Although this is a very young and inexperienced team, there is a lot of raw talent on this team, which creates an exciting future for the Conway Boys Wampus Cat Basketball team under head coach Marcus Adams. 

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Pierson Wekkin
Pierson Wekkin, Staff Writer
I'm Pierson Wekkin. I love managing basketball, writing sport stories, lifting, running, walking, biking, watching tv, and hanging out with friends. I want to attend the University of Arkansas for Journalism and go from there. The staff lovingly refers to me as P-Dog, and I'm excited to work on staff this year.
Lyn Sanders
Lyn Sanders, Staff Writer
Lyn enjoys singing and dancing as well as writing.

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