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The Elite Eight End

Students watch the varsity boys basketball play in the 6A State Playoff game.

During sixth period, English teacher Kristin Greenleaf plays the live broadcast of the varsity boys basketball game Feb. 29. The team played against the ThunderRidge Grizzlies in the Elite Eight at the Denver Coliseum, losing 62-60 L in overtime (OT). 

The game started at 10:15 a.m. for the boys team and ended tentatively around 11:56 a.m.  

Going into halftime, the Jags were tied 24-24 with the Grizzlies, and by the end of the third quarter, the Jags were behind 40-34. The fourth quarter ended with a tie 53-53, causing the game to go into a four-minute OT period.

In the last seconds of the game, the Grizzlies made a basket and took a two-point lead, eliminating the Jags from the playoffs 62-60 L. 

“The boys game was exciting because it was so back and forth in the last few minutes, with the scores being so close,” Engla Cadwell ’25 said. “I felt bad for them, especially because it was the seniors’ last game, but I loved going to see my friends and to promote my sense of school spirit!”

The girls varsity basketball team played Valor Christian High School immediately after and lost 60-44 L, also getting eliminated from the playoffs.

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