The Lyman Eagles boys’ basketball team is coming off back-to-back wins, as they try to make a late-season surge.

Lyman is a squad led by seven seniors on the roster. They’re trying to make it back to the state tournament for the first time since 2017. Currently, the Eagles are in second place in the 3A Southwest Quadrant with a 2-1 mark. Lyman will have the home-court advantage for the biggest game of the season, the state qualifying game at the regional quad they will host on March 4.

WyoPreps caught up with senior Jett Dickerson after Lyman had lost to their rival, Mountain View. Dickerson spoke briefly about that game, but more about the season they’ve had thus far, what’s been going well, things to get better at, and more in the video at the top of this story.

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Head coach Kevin Lueck is in his eighth season with the Eagles. He knew what had gone wrong against the Buffalos, but then talked about how the season is going, what he was looking for from his team over the last month, preparing for a one-game season at the regional quad, and more.

The Eagles have four games left in the regular season, including games against top-five ranked teams in Rawlins, Powell, and Mountain View.

 

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