Lone Peak basketball: An in-depth look at the Knights (video)
HIGHLAND — Lone Peak, a nationally ranked team, has consistently won all its games, save one, by very large margins. The one game it did lose came at the hands of a team under similar acclaim.
Now the Knights have been highlighted in a short feature video by Stack.com.
"This team, this year, we've all played with each other growing up," Nick Emery told Stack.
"Being able to play all these years together," T.J. Haws told the website, "it just gets better and better, it feels like."
Emery, in the Stack video, says his team's depth and teamwork has really brought the team to a new level
"We've got eight, nine guys that can play anywhere, but it's that team chemisty and coming together that's huge. We've got high expectations."
On Thursday, the Knights beat rival American Fork 67-42. Mika, Emery, Haws and Lone Peak's Connor Toolson all finished with more than 10 points.
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