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Boys Basketball Head to State

A group of boys' basketball players posing for a picture at a state tournament.

Stallions Boys Basketball Team Head to State

The Stallions defeated Florida State High School in overtime on Friday, February 25, to claim the FHSAA 3A Regional championship.  The Stallions are 28-2 for the season and are ranked in the top 10 in the State.  The Stallions led for most of what was a very tight game and finally came away with win a win which earned them a trip to the State tournament in Lakeland, Florida.  The leading scorers were Mason Lee (Sr.) with 26 points,  Jaylen Robinson (Jr) with 11,  Chris Arias (Jr) with 8, and Abdul Mansary (Jr) with 6 points. This is the 1st time the Stallions have made it to the Final Four since 2015. #goStallions 

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State Championship Roadmap

Boys BB State Tournament Info

Game 1:  Wednesday, March 1, 2023 @ 10 AM

Game 2:  Saturday, March 4, 2023 @ 10 AM

RP Funding Center – Lakeland, Florida

Tickets:  Tickets $10 and are available here.

Fan Bus:  There will be a fan bus for students in Grades 9-12 interested in going to the game.  The first 30 students to sign up during lunch tomorrow may ride the Fan Bus.  Students going to the game will need to check in with an administrator for an excused absence. Students will need money for meals and game entry. Students are responsible for all make-up work.  

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