The game counts, too. The T-Wolves want to be sharp heading into the postseason. Still, even with another Class 6A championship to pursue, there’s no getting away from the reminder senior night provides. Though nobody may play deeper into May as North, the end of the seniors’ run together is nearing an end.
“I never thought this moment would ever come,” Gann said.
Mostly because, in the middle of it, it seems like it will last forever. It won’t, but the memories are easy to imagine.
“The legacy is amazing. The run we made last year was phenomenal, going 17-0,” Gann said. “We’ve had a couple of trip-ups this year, but we have to get over that. We have to go into the playoffs with a good attitude and I really believe we can go on another run this year.”
Lately, the T-Wolves have played like they will.
“They’re great kids,” Claros said, “that have had a lot of success and have worked and have gotten better.”
It’s not over, but tonight should be some kind of send-off.
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