Feb. 13, 2013 —
Baker said losing those three starters makes it feel like trying to fix November and December mistakes and with the district tournament looming next week, the Raiders feel like they are circling the wagon instead of circling the drain.
“Everyone has stepped up,” Greene said. “Losing those guys makes it different but we are playing good ball and confident. We trust one another.”
East Carter is on the road the last two games of the season. The Raiders traveled to Bath County Tuesday night before finishing the regular season Thursday night at Boyd County.
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