For four Western Wyoming Community College basketball players, leaving the Mustangs wasn’t an option after a difficult freshmen year under first year head coach Steven Soza.
On Saturday, the Mustangs will host the first playoff game of the season at home against Northwest College. The sudden change from bad to good in the span of a year can be traced back to the four sophomore hoopers who made the decision to stay.
Trey Marble, Jalen Blaize, Sindou Cisse and Manel Ayol discuss how they’ve helped change the culture this season as they move into the postseason with the hopes to make school history.
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