By Dave Faries

Longhorns On A Roll As Boys Tame Morrill


Despite the lopsided 58-23 result, Caleb Reuter insisted after Saturday’s game that Morrill had been a tough team to put down.

“They’re not big, but their guards box out,” he noted. “It wasn’t easy.”

The Lions did gain an early 4-2 advantage thanks to a short jumper and a put back by Taylor Lackey. And Jacob Ramirez netted a clever shot from about eight feet out later in the opening period.

But the hosts fell silent over the next five minutes. Meanwhile the Longhorns found their mark again and again. Jordon Berger stamped out the early Morrill fire, swishing a three. Mike Daum...

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