Surging Wildcats emerge as favorite


The Columbia Wildcats are starting to resemble the 2016-17 squad that made a serious run the second half of the season. That version of the Wildcats started 4-8 in non-district play then won all 12 district games and a playoff game to improve to 17-8 before a second-round exit in the playoffs.

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Jack E. Bowman

91, Columbia


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