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Highland Hornets hope to keep momentum going when basketball season starts

Lee Faria
Updated: August 19, 2020 06:39 PM
Created: August 19, 2020 03:29 PM

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - The Highland Hornets were one game away from 4-A state championship last season.

The game went right down to the wire, but the Hornets ended up falling to the Valley Vikings.

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"I'm thankful that we got to play I know a lot of states stop their state tournaments maybe halfway through in the semifinals and just kind of canceled, so at least, even though, we didn't come out on the winning side, it was a great experience to get to play for the state championship," said coach Justin Woody. 

Woody said the tournament set a tone the program, which he believes in on the rise.


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