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WALLA WALLA, Wash. -- Tuesday night on SWX it is Big Nine boys basketball. Walla Walla travels north to take on Eisenhower.

The Blue Devils are having an up and down season. They lost four in a row after winning three straight. The boys say they have what it takes to turn their season around with the postseason approaching.

"This time of year it comes down to being ready to go for the playoffs. You don't know what's going to happen. It's a new season so we're looking forward to it," said John Golden, Walla Walla head coach.

"We can. I mean we can score, we can play defense we've shown that throughout the year. We've just got to become stronger as a team and build more chemistry," Senior guard Moe Handcox said.

"When we play our best I think we can beat anyone in the league. So I think we can pull it together and get back on track," said Nick Peasley, senior guard.

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