"It felt good. I don’t like losing, so it’s nice that we won here at home.”

Those are the words of Lar Guenther, head coach of the WCS Eagles senior boys’ basketball team. They beat the ECS Elecs 96-79 in the opening game of the second leg of the McLeod Series Tuesday night.

The margin of victory gave WCS a 16 point edge in the four-game, total point series played between the senior boys and senior girls basketball teams from both schools.

The deficit proved to be too much for the Elecs to overcome in the game between the senior girls’ squads. The Eagles won the senior girls’ game by a final of 61-56. With the victory, WCS won three of the four games and took the total points in the series by a final of 335-314.

The win by the Eagles snaps a three-year winning streak for Estevan.

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