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Published: Sunday, March 8 2009 12:45 a.m. MST

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Escalante JV player

"My attitude is that if you push me towards something that you think is a weakness, then I will turn that perceived weakness into a strength."
-Michael Jordan_

Keep doubting us for next year. We may surprise you.

BB fan

Who cares if escalante doesn't finish at the top next year. They have won the state title 3 times in 4 years. Thats quite the accomplishment.

cant take the pressure

Baeu Browning had to carry the Duchesne basketball team on his shoulders. With out him the team would have had no legs. Every other team in 1a was scared of him!! hes one of the best out there and without him they would have had to work twise as hard. Baeu Browning was deffintely the leader. GO BROWNING.

Region 15

this is what next year will look like

1- Piute
2- Valley
3- Escalante
4- Milford
5- Panguitch
6- Wayne
7- BV

Region 15?

How can you even say Escalante is going to rank above Milford and Panguitch. What a joke. They aren't going to make it above 6th place in Region 15.

RE: Next Year 11:53

Don't complain about Escalante having a good team. In my day we struggled to win any games at all. Now we are on top let us enjoy it. Good job Escalante from an old Moqui.

to tall

this year is going to be the best for escalante we got bigger kids ready to play there hearts out

go eagles

EAGLES KICKED BUTT,,,,,,,,RICH AND TABIONA WERE VERY GOOD AS WELL, THE EAGLES DID NOT GET LUCKY AGAINST VALLEY EITHER, A WIN IS A WIN. BTW, DUCHESNE BEAT ESCALANTE THIS YEAR BY ABOUT 40 POINTS SO HA

moquis

everyone needs to realize that everything escalante has they worked for and have been working for way before they were even in high school. As for everyone bagging on escalante this year here is a heads up. kody barney is back giving escalante a great point guard moving the ball down to the bigger guys. i think they just might suprise everyone come region.

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