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Published: Saturday, March 5 2011 12:02 a.m. MST

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nothegame
Saratoga Springs, UT

That was a great game to watch. Wish Lehi would have won. Now take state in baseball and soccer.

Highland High Pride
Salt Lake, UT

Good game Highland Rams!!!!! By far the most exciting Highland Basketball game this season. Congrats to the whole Highland team, especially David Divver. That was some remarkable shooting from the sophomore! Rams take state! Baby, this year is our year!!!!! HAIL HIGHLAND HIGH!!!!

Hoops Fan
Salt Lake City, UT

This was an amazing game to watch. Two very good teams that battled and kept it close all night. Lehi can be proud of their effort and the game they played. With the way the lead switched back and forth, it really came down to timing . . . who had the lead when it counted the most. Congratulations to both teams for great seasons. It has been a pleasure watching you.

basketball mom
SLC, Utah

Highland Rams can fight there way till the bitter end...incredible ending to an exciting game! What a great group of young men and coaches. Take it all the way home baby!

Unbelievable
West Jordan, Utah

Two interesting side notes today.

Larry and Mike Maxwell's Bountiful Braves go up against the Highland Rams. Larry Legend was significant in bulding the Highland program/tradition, into what it is today, while Mike starred there, winning a state championship, his senior year.

What to do. Jackson Emery is playing for the Mountain West Conference title today, at the Marriot Center, on senior day no less. Nick Emery is playing for the 5A state title, at the Dee Events Center. Both are big time contributors to the success of their teams. As parents, what game do you attend? Don't parents get recognized, along with their athlete, on senior day? What a nice problem to have. It must be tough being an Emery today.

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