Cavaliers use size to dominate opponents

The road to success for the King William boys basketball team has been simple this season: work the ball inside to Jordon Bing and Owen Longest and dominate the inside. The Cavaliers took that formula into their game Friday night at Middlesex, eventually winning 59-49. When King William stuck with...

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