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Slow second quarter costs cagers game at Crook County


January 10, 2018

COLTON SMITH takes a shot over Crook County's Devin Bishop.

The Huskies lost their final non-league game of the season 58-48 Friday at Crook County, which put together a 20-point second quarter to take control of the game.

The Huskies were missing leading scorer Andrew Freitag and Nick Marler, said Coach Drew Emmert, and the team ran about seven deep in the game and ran out of gas late in the game.

"We were down guys, but it was still a winnable game," Emmert said. "It was really close after the first quarter."

The Huskies trailed 9-8 after one, but Crook County put together a massive run in the second quarter and got ahead 29-14 at halftime.


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