BA basketball starts a new season
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The Broken Arrow boys basketball team has been working hard all offseason to prepare for this new season under head coach Beau Wallace. Wallace once won a state championship as a player and is now hoping to coach Broken Arrow to their second championship win and he feels that this year’s team is capable of doing it.
“The first thing is to stay healthy,” Wallace said. “Our kids have to stay hungry and humble.”
Wallace is expecting a great season from his team and is ready to get on the court and compete. He believes the way they play will be fun for fans to watch and will work successfully with the roster he has.
“I expect our team to compete every night,” Wallace said. “I also expect us to have a fun brand of basketball for fans and players.”
BAHS senior guard, Cale Ensminger is in his final season with the team and he and his teammates have their eyes set on the gold ball. Ensminger and the rest of the team have been working all offseason to reach the championship stage.
“As a team from last year we have worked really hard and focused more to accomplish the goal we want,” Ensminger said.
Six-foot-seven-inch big man and BAHS junior Braden Boyer is looking forward to the new year. His role on the team has expanded from last season and he is excited to fill that role while playing alongside his teammates.
“I’m looking forward to playing and winning with my family,” Boyer said.