Western Nebraska Observer - Observations all along the line - Kimball & the Southern Panhandle First

Horns to rely on speed and athleticism


Desyree Nelson

The 2016 Longhorn basketball team is pictured above. Front row from left are, Austin Lulf, Beau Hanks, Brayden Tyan, Jacob Withrow, Samuel Cajero, Lane Wasielewski and Alexander Flores. Middle row, from left are, Grant Hickman, Cory Travis, Thomas Lenzen, Jaren Winstrom, Zane Anthony, Brendan Walker, Isaac Reuter and Brady Kilgore. Back row, from left are Edward Barnes, Brandon Barker, Kole Bush, Jordan Greenwood, Kyle Spicer, Jaden Withrow, Seth Krafczik and Andrew McCloud.

The Kimball Longhorns begin their 2016 season with co-head coaches Nick Kuxhausen and Gene Mohr taking over for Luke Dea and just two returning starters, seniors Jordan Greenwood and Jaden Withrow. After graduating five key players at the end of last season, these two seniors will be leaned on heavily.

Greenwood, 6'0", averaged more than 12 points per game last season and was the leading defensive rebounder for the Horns with 3.2, second only to graduated senior Trent Rutledge.

The Longhorn guard was also credited with 2.2 steals each time he hit the court and was named WTC All-Conference a...

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