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Jr Bulldogs Aim To Continue Adding Value To BB Program

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The 2020-2021 Waldron Jr Boys Basketball looks to build on a championship season from a year ago. The 2019-2020 Waldron team finished the year 24-4 and beat Elkins in the 3A-4 district title bout. “I was so proud of those guys last year who understood what it took to become champions and bought into that mindset and work ethic from day one. And by doing that laid a good foundation for the 8th Graders last season that will help us this year to continue to compete for championships here,” expressed head coach, Josh Atchley.

“The Bulldogs return several key contributors from that title team from a season ago, as well as adding some very talented 8th-Graders from the 7th-Grade squad last year. Freshmen, Chris Lopez and Kason Davis return this season to build on their successful 8th-Grade seasons, along with Scout Stinson, Kaden Rogers, Noah Patrick, TJ Olivares, Steven Newman, Lucas Nix, Logan Young, and Brayden Mays who all look poised to play big minutes this season for the Bulldogs. A talented group of 8th-Graders will also suit up for the Jr Bulldogs in Driften Wagner, Cole Bailey, Caden Hunt, Gabe Nevills, Dylan Garrett, Jessy Ogden, Levi Brown, Kaden Mai, Prestan Hutchens, Aiden Allen, and Roky Avila.”

“I am pumped for this season and even though our league changed a little bit, I think we can compete night in and night out with these guys. This year’s squad might be the tallest I’ve ever had, so hopefully, we utilize that to our advantage. Let’s GO!”

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