By Dave Faries
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Longhorns Boys Outlast Plainsmen

 


Kimball did just enough to hang on for a 48-45 win over Perkins County on Friday. But point guard Zach Rockhold-O’Brien knows ‘just enough’ generally results in some form of punishment.

“We’ll have to do some running for that,” he said, referring to the team’s lackluster 7 for 15 free throw shooting mark in the final period.

Their efforts from the floor began to sail off target, as well. Kimball’s offense went 0 for eight minutes away from the line.

“The shots stopped falling,” Rockhold-O’Brien acknowledged. “And number four is a good shooter.”

The Longhorns had en...



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