Indeed, the Red Elephants are more than used to playing in big contests this season -- on both the hardwood and gridiron, as Gainesville won its first football title in December and will be playing[Friday] in its first boys basketball state championship since 1984.
“We have a lot of good teams that came through this program, and we just want to continue that tradition,” said Red Elephants wing
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(11.8 ppg), who is also the school’s record-setting quarterback. “We just came together as one big family, took it one game at a time, and now we’re here.”