Posted: Feb 11, 2013 8:29 PM by Tyler Garrett - firstname.lastname@example.org
Updated: Feb 11, 2013 8:39 PM
ROBSTOWN - The Cotton Pickers boy's basketball team has a chance to make some history on Tuesday night if they can defeat Sinton in their regular season finale.
"This team really solidifies the whole concept of team and I think that has been the biggest difference," said Head Coach Bert Ybarra.
A win for Robstown would earn the team its first trip to the playoffs in 49 years.
"I've been trying since I was a sophomore to make the playoffs. This is the year; I know this is going to be the year because we have worked so hard," said Paul Salinas.
The Pickers enter the contest on a three-game win streak, and hope this momentum will carry them to the biggest win in nearly 50 years.
"Instead of going out to hang out with friends, we're on the court, or at the park. We're working really hard. We want this goal. It's been 49 years. This is history," said Ryan Rodriguez.
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