Posted On: 12/2/19 10:16 AM

In sports, it’s common to use terms like family and brotherhood. Often time, they’re just hollow phrases. For the Cheyenne boys basketball team, however, they’re not just words, but a code to live by. SInce coach Teral Fair arrived in 1996 the Desert Shields have epitomized family values. He and assoc head coach Bruce Gaitor have been tied at the hip for 14 years, and several of his former players take an active role in the program. They have turned out several high-level college players including former Rebel Demetrius Hunter, SDSU standout Lorenzo Wade, and current Wyoming star AJ Banks. The Desert Shields lost 4 starters from last seasons squad, but return all world junior Glenn Taylor. This season he is joined by several underclassme

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