At times, as we know, it is very difficult to tell 1 from the 0. In Wichita Falls City View basketball it is almost impossible; for basketball, #1 is Chis Whitten and #0 is his twin, Jaeden, two of the leaders on a very fine 2022 team.
How on earth is an opponent to defend well by always being able to tell which twin is which? Answer: it's hard. And when one of the Whitten brothers scores, which defender is responsbile for not doing his job?
As good as they are, this year's Mustangs (21-4) have been inconsistent, with two of their losses by wider margins than to be expected of a championship team: 89-40, to 5A Amarillo; 57-56, to 1A Graford,; 77-69, to 4A Burkburnett; and 66-63, to WF Hirschi.
Three days after their loss to Graford in the Fantasy of Lights tournament, however, City View gained their pay back with an eight point win over the Rabbits, 62-54, on the City View home court.
The Mustangs have now won ten games in a row and aim to make it 11 against Jacksboro on Tuesday, January 18, 2022, a 3A District 7 contest.