Many Farms coach building boys program after booming seasons with girls

By Quentin Jodie
Navajo Times

ROCK POINT, Ariz., Jan. 16, 2014

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(Times photo – Ravonelle Yazzie)

TOP: A Rock Point Cougar guards Many Farms' Juwan Lee (54) as he prepares to go up for a shot on Saturday night in Rock Point, Ariz.

BOTTOM: Many Farms' Kirby Bia (35) quickly recovers the ball in Rock Point on Saturday. The Many Farms Lobos defeated the Rock Point Cougars, 49-57.

There are a host of teams beating at the door for a state qualification bid.

The Many Farms boys' basketball is one of those teams. With three weeks left in the regular season the Lobos are currently holding down the No. 27 spot in the latest statewide Division III power ranking polls.

Of course, the magic number is to be ranked anywhere in the Top 24. More than likely though, the Lobos are going to need some luck to make the playoffs.

Many Farms closes out the season starting with top-ranked Chinle on Friday night. After that game they will host two games next week against Hopi and Ganado.

The Lobos will then hit the road playing at Monument Valley, Tuba City, Pinon and Window Rock to conclude the regular season.

To read the full story or to read about the Many Farms girls team, pick up a Navajo Times newspaper.

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