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11/29 Varsity Men’s basketball vs. Cape Fear Academy

On Wednesday, November 29th, the men’s varsity basketball team went head to head with cape fear academy.  It was the Trojan’s first away game and the environment is very different from our home gym, the gym is very big and empty so it wasn’t very loud, the baskets are far from the wall compared to in our gym and it can be very difficult to adjust to.  These trojans adjusted well though.

Throughout the entire game it was back and forth between each team and the lead would vary, the trojans held on until the very end but unfortunately did not come up with the victory.  They fought very hard but eventually lost 50-54, making their record 1-

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Brooklyn Coble, Creative Content Team Member
Brookyln Coble is a 16 year old junior who was born in Burlington, North Carolina. Moving here in her 6th grade year. This is Coble’s second year as a staff of the West Wind and she has thoroughly enjoyed learning more about writing but also getting to work in the social media aspect of it. This year Cobles goal is to strengthen her writing abilities, and prepare herself as she hopes to be able to attend the University of North Carolina.  When asked about her reasoning for joining the West Wind, Coble shared that the TikTok page's “Late Night” video is what first drew her in but she soon learned that she enjoyed the people and community created just as much.  “I think everybody in our class is nice,” said Coble. “ Everyone talks to each other, and Mrs Saunders is nice.” Now Coble plays 4 different sports, including: basketball, soccer, volleyball, and track. When asking Coble about her greatest accomplishment she exclaimed saying   “I’ve been playing varsity sports my whole high school career,” said Coble. “It has really made my experience in high school very memorable but it is tiring.”
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