TOLEDO (WTVG) - Rogers came into this season with some big expectations. They've lived up to those, ranked eighth in the state in Division II with a 19-3 record.
At the start of the season, the challenge was building chemistry, and now because of an injury, it has changed.
"It means a lot to me to dedicate it to me, but it's way more than me, it's for the whole the school, way more than me," said guard Ketaan Wyatt after winning the City League Championship.
The Rams beat Start by six points without their main ball handler on the floor. In fact, Wyatt hasn't been on the floor since February 8 at Rossford when he tore the meniscus in his knee.
The injury has sidelined Wyatt for the rest of the season and will require surgery. It's a tough situation to accept, but Ketaan is working hard to help his teammates.
"He's at all film sessions, he's at every practice, he's coaching hard on the sidelines," Rogers head coach Rodney Martin said.
The Rams next play Friday night in a sectional final against either Scott or Maumee.