By Stephen McKay
Sidney Sun-Telegraph 

Coyotes fall at home to Pine Bluffs

 

Anne Johnson

Potter-Dix's Cole Christensen, right, goes up against a Pine Bluffs defender during last week's game. The Coyotes dropped games to Pine Bluffs and Minatare.

POTTER – With a talented sophomore center getting much of the attention for the Pine Bluffs High boys' basketball squad, the Potter-Dix Coyotes found out the Hornets are more than a team with just one stinger.

Though they managed to stay toe to toe with the Hornets throughout several portions of the game, a dominating second quarter doomed the Coyotes chances in a 73-51 loss in a non-district contest at Potter on Tuesday night.

The Hornets improved to 11-1, while the Coyotes slipped to 5-10.

Trace Sharman led the Coyotes scoring attack with 13 points while Cole Christensen added 12 and...



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