Keller Citizen

November 18, 2013 1:56 PM

Northwest ISD basketball programs off to promising starts

With new Northwest girls coach Rusty Johnson’s rejuvenated team looking to join the ranks of the competitive Northwest boys and Byron Nelson programs, hoops could be a hot ticket at the school district this winter.

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