Steve Laidlaw – Oxford | Hangtime

February 11, 2022, 3:00 pm

After an unspeakable tragedy, the Oxford High School basketball team was jacked to get back on their home court and to play in front of their school. Oxford head coach Steve Laidlaw joined Lorne Plant to talk about how his team has pushed through the tragedy.

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