Wylie East had needed a spark to its offense all season and finally seemed to find it in the last-second loss to Princeton. Then, with a younger roster, the Raiders were able to find it again with their first district win of the season, beating Sherman 68-53.
Needing a fresh look, it had been nearly a month without the Raiders hitting the 60-point barrier in a game. The win against Sherman was the second straight game of hitting that threshold and also resulted in the win.
“We had a lot of fight,” Coach Micah Moore said. “We moved some young guys up from the younger teams to give us a shot in the arm.”
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By Kyle Grondin • [email protected]