We just kept applying our defensive pressure. There were a lot of tight fouls being called in the first half, but I told our kids we have to play our style of basketball.
We just wore them down in the second half. ... Good luck [to them in the district tournament].
We were trying to preserve the distinct character that's there in the region.
I feel happy for myself that I did something nice for people who don't have stuff.
We've been waiting on this for a long time. We've had our struggles, but these kids have worked hard and gutted it out this year.
They were coming at us so we just had to take it up a level and go right back at 'em. There was a little bit of nerves [at the beginning] and we just calmed down. We came out in the third and just played hard.
With all the uncertainty, you were the right person for the job. The ship's been righted. I'd like to say, 'No, we're not going to accept your resignation.' I guess that's not possible.
We knew this season was going to be fun, coming out without any superstars or anything. We knew if we came together as a team and worked hard, we could accomplish a lot.
It's a big task, but we're ready and we're up for the challenge. We're just going to go out there and have fun. Play together and play strong. We really won't have much pressure on us because we're the underdogs. I think we'll have a lot of fight in us.
Micah made big plays. Micah's a special kid and we're glad to have him.
The grief of children was unconditional, fueled by the implicit belief that it would last forever; for a child, grief was not grief unless it was eternal.