By Norman Seawright III

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Coronavirus (COVID-19) hit the sports world hard: athletes from the pros down to high school.

Seniors from an undefeated team, who would have been top-seeded in this year’s state tournament, spoke with our Norman Seawright III about how they’re dealing with having one of the best times of their lives taken away from them.

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Eden Prairie High School’s undefeated boys’ basketball team would have been competing in the state tournament. Coronavirus changed that.

With no tournament, no prom, no hanging out, it’s a lot for them to cope with.

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But in the down time, they’ve quickly come up with silver linings.

Although the viral pandemic has robbed these kids of a normal high school experience — and maybe even a state championship — it’s driven home a valuable lesson basketball already taught them: we’re all in this together.

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Watch Norman Seawright’s report above for the full story.

Norman Seawright III