By Dave Faries

Inside Game, Stifling D Key In Kimball Boys Win Over Bridgeport


Vicki Stull

Zach Rockhold-O’Brien sticks close to his man during Tuesday night’s action. The Longhorns’ defense surrendered just 31 points.

In the end, Kimball won in convincing 45-31 fashion Tuesday night at Bridgeport. But the Bulldogs took control from the start and proved difficult to shake.

Jason Amateis and Jaime Gonzalez gave the home side a quick 6-0 jump start on back to back threes. The Longhorns drew even with 6-0 run of their own, but it took a netter by Zack Rockhold-O’Brien at the end of one to wrest the lead away.

Kimball led 9-8 after the first.

“They like to slow things down,” Mike Daum said, explaining the lagging pace. “They were controlling the tempo.”

Indeed, more than two minutes elapsed in the s...

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