Hank and Reggie Kujak both played pivotal roles in
helping Blair-Taylor reach the boys basketball state
tournament three straight years from 2009-to-2011.
Now for the youngest in the family...Nolan Kujak...it's
his turn in the state spotlight.
I got to follow my brother Hank and Reggie in their
If you look at an old boxscore of a Blair-Taylor state
tourrnament game, there's a good shot you'll see a
Well just kids who love to play the game of basketball.
Kids who you never have any problems with.
Hank and Reggie got to experience playing at state
- this Thursday it will be
the last of the Kujak siblings...Nolan's
But an ankle injury at the end of football season
almost prevented Nolan's chance to follow in his brothers'
Play every game like it's your last.
Never take anything for granted anymore.
You realize how fast things can happen.
I mean in a split second I was out seven weeks.
Nolan's injury made him miss the Wildcats' first five
games of this season.
But instead of sulking on the sidelines, he made the
most of the situation.
On the court you can only see so many things.
When you are watching you see every aspect of the
You can learn things from that and it so much helped
to be able to do that.
Even watching my brothers up in Menomonie.
Thursday night it will now be Reggie and Hank watching
He came back, he solidified our defense especially.
And now he's really starting to put some points in
underneath for us.
He's been a team leader all year.
Been very supportive and when it was his chance he's
Hank and Reggie just wrapped up their sophomore seasons
Blair-Taylor will make it's 8th appearance at state
Thursday when they take on Unity in the Division four
Both teams with an impressive 22-wins on the season.
We'll hear from state-bound Cochrane-Fountain City