"We were talking before the game about how it's an opportunity for a lifetime. It will never happen again. So that really got us hyped up for the game.”
"We are excited to have Nantucket High School coming to play us. We’ve never competed against them in any sport, and we are gracious as they are traveling a long way, by land and sea."
“All the fire, all the passion is right there,” Diggins said of the U.S. Ski Team. “Everyone’s working super hard. I’m really, really hopeful about where this is going. I see a lot of positive momentum.”
“I think it’s great they’re getting experience from us, but we’re also getting a lot out of them, too, so it’s really a win-win.”
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