Senators Eklund and Yuko present a resolution to Cornerstone Christian High School basketball coach Dan Selle in recognition of the team's victory at the state championship tournament

State Senator John Eklund (R-Munson Township) today presented a resolution to the Cornerstone Christian High School boys basketball team for winning this year's division IV state championship.

"These men have proven that the path to achievement is not always a straight one," said Eklund. "This team has demonstrated their strength of heart and made the entire community very proud."

Silencing the nay-sayers with a 72-54 victory, the team clinched their first-ever state title in a match-up against Lincolnview.

Click here for video coverage of today's presentation, provided by the Ohio Channel.

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