Melba senior Joey Nebeker is intent on leading the Mustangs to a second straight 2A state title. Melba (12-2, 5-1 in WIC) lost to Cole Valley on Tuesday night, a result that Nebeker thinks could be good in the long run. “It might have been good for us to lose one and wake up a little bit. We’re not going to win every one. It’s all about heart and what you’ve got inside. We didn’t have it (against Cole Valley). We didn't want it bad enough,” he said.
Melba senior Joey Nebeker is intent on leading the Mustangs to a second straight 2A state title. Melba (12-2, 5-1 in WIC) lost to Cole Valley on Tuesday night, a result that Nebeker thinks could be good in the long run. “It might have been good for us to lose one and wake up a little bit. We’re not going to win every one. It’s all about heart and what you’ve got inside. We didn’t have it (against Cole Valley). We didn't want it bad enough,” he said. Chris Butler / Idaho Statesman
Melba senior Joey Nebeker is intent on leading the Mustangs to a second straight 2A state title. Melba (12-2, 5-1 in WIC) lost to Cole Valley on Tuesday night, a result that Nebeker thinks could be good in the long run. “It might have been good for us to lose one and wake up a little bit. We’re not going to win every one. It’s all about heart and what you’ve got inside. We didn’t have it (against Cole Valley). We didn't want it bad enough,” he said. Chris Butler / Idaho Statesman

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