Tigers learn from state experience

 

Alex Shoemaker

A Kaycee player gets sandwiched between Jared Steward, left, and Matt Jarrett as he goes for steal during Encampment's first state game against the Buckaroos. The Tigers lost 33-60, and later suffered a 43-55 loss to Upton.

Although two straight losses put them out of state placement this year, Encampment's Tigers took home a sense of pride and accomplishment from last weekend's 2014 Wyoming High School State Basketball Tournament.

Head coach Clint Bromley said simply being at the state tournament after a four-year absence was a great experience in itself.

"They got to play in the State Tournament and the Event Center, and see what it takes to get to the final game," he said. "Until you get to see and experience it for the first time it seems easy, but in reality it is the most difficult game you will play all...



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