Buffalo High School head coach Tanner Hart silently in frustration after another charge was called on Buffalo on Friday night. The could count was high from the start of the game and players were warned at halftime to be careful so as not to foul out.
Buffalo High School senior Hyrum Hatch talks with freshman Eli Patterson during a Buffalo free throw on Friday night. The two met up during several of the Buffalo free throws to talk and plan for Worland’s return down court.
Buffalo High School activities director Ryan Mader leans down to talk with assistant coach Aaron Mines as they watch a free throw shot next to assistant coach Josh Olsen and senior Colby Bessler on Friday night. Buffalo narrowly trailed Worland until the fourth quarter when they caught them and began to build a lead.
Buffalo High School senior Hunter Stone yells for a timeout to keep possession of the ball but instead a jump ball was called and the ball returned to Worland on Friday night. Then No. 5 Buffalo took a narrow lead over the No. 1 team with jut a few minutes left in the game, bringing high energy to the gym.
The varsity boys basketball team flies off the bench in celebration, screaming as they topped the then No. 1 3A team in the state with a 61-52 win on Friday night. In the following week’s rankings, Buffalo moved up to the No. 3 spot.
Buffalo High School senior Coy Johnson hugs his mom Jennifer as the players emerged from the locker room after their post game talk on Friday night. The seniors quickly spread out in the stands and on the court to talk with their parents and family after the win.
Buffalo High School’s varsity boys basketball team hosted Worland on Friday night, Feb. 5, 2021 for a major upset game. Then No. 5 Buffalo topped then No. 1 Worland, taking the lead and winning in the final few minutes of the game. With a larger number of fans allowed in the gym, the close game and big win kept high energy in the stands as fans watched Buffalo pull out a 61-52 win.