Argyle defends title, gets salty in postgame

Argyle's head coach Skip Townsend speaks to his team during the UIL Girls Basketball 4A State Championship at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Saturday, March 5, 2016. (Stephen Spillman/Special Contributor)

Argyle’s head coach Skip Townsend speaks to his team during the UIL Girls Basketball 4A State Championship at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Saturday, March 5, 2016. (Stephen Spillman/Special Contributor)

When you go to the state tournament three years in a row and win a second straight against a team you’ve had some epic battles with, it’s OK to get a little cocky.

After defending their Class 4A state crown with a 53-43 win over Waco La Vega on Saturday night in San Antonio, the Lady Eagles were understandably feeling pretty good.

A reporter in the postgame press conference asked star junior Vivian Gray, who has never not played in a state tournament in her career as a three-year starter, how it felt to defend a state title. Her answer was perfect.

“It never gets old,” Gray said into the microphone, flashing a million-dollar smile.

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