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Editorial: Wolverines Win!

Posted: Updated: March 16, 2012 05:20 PM CDT
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MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) -

Perseverance, hard work and dedication was personified this season as the G.W. Carver Wolverine basketball team battled to a (29–3) season culminating with Class 6A State basketball title – their first since 1984. 

Making this season all the more impressive was Carver finishing out the season with a 23-game winning streak.

As with all championship teams – they players could not have done it without the outstanding support from their families, schoolmates, administrators, fans and coaches.

Anyone who went to Birmingham at witness to the "Wolverine Nation's" vocal and unwavering support as they cheered their team to victories in the semi-final and Class 6A Finals.

Coach James Jackson is to be commended for wisely guiding the program back to prominence after a regrettable on-court incident several years ago. 

The players and coaches accepted the consequences, learned from their mistake, and showed us all how to make the most of a second chance.

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