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February 21, 2014

Ken West hosts Lockport tonight


Tonawanda News — Both teams won against the other on their home court. Meetze said everybody likes to play at home in the playoffs.

“When you’re coaching in a home game, you’re hoping that Lockport doesn’t come out with a ton of energy and use that to their advantage, and get off on the right foot right from the get-go,” Meetze said. “So the first few minutes of the first quarter are going to be very important in how we set the tempo of this game. If we make a couple of easy shots and we’re feeling good, you can get in control of the game right from the get-go.”

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