Varsity boys basketball trounces Woodside Priory

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Varsity boys basketball trounces Woodside Priory

Kevin Chen (11) clings onto the ball as Ray Wang (10) watches on. “I was very pleased,” head coach Butch Keller said. “Team defense was phenomenal tonight.

Kevin Chen (11) clings onto the ball as Ray Wang (10) watches on. “I was very pleased,” head coach Butch Keller said. “Team defense was phenomenal tonight."

Kevin Chen (11) clings onto the ball as Ray Wang (10) watches on. “I was very pleased,” head coach Butch Keller said. “Team defense was phenomenal tonight."

Kevin Chen (11) clings onto the ball as Ray Wang (10) watches on. “I was very pleased,” head coach Butch Keller said. “Team defense was phenomenal tonight."

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Varsity boys basketball won 49-38 in a home league matchup against Woodside Priory on Tuesday evening despite several key players out injured. The Eagles are 6-6 on the season and next play at Eastside College Prep on Friday.

“I was very pleased,” head coach Butch Keller said. “Team defense was phenomenal tonight. With Gene [Wang (12)] gone, and his little brother [Ray Wang (10): 13 PTS, 3 3PM] stepping up to play his big brother’s role, I was very pleased with that.”