Tigers vs Tri-County

Ashtin Guyer, Editor

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Last night Hut-Pal took on Tri-County in a close game. Gavin Besing and Dylan Salee were both injured during the JV game, and Ryan Kubiak, our athletic trainer, was at a girls’ game in Palestine, so the coaches had to make the decision to send Dylan to the ER in the middle of the game. After Dylan came back to the JV game in a boot, Gavin left for the ER at the beginning of the varsity game.

 

Despite these setbacks, the team still gave it their all and played a good game. Coming up short with a score of 44-54, they managed to keep the score pretty close throughout the entire game.

 

Going into the end of this week with the Shrine Game on Friday against Oblong, they will need your support, so come out to LTC and cheer them on against a lifelong rival in basketball. We wish the boys best of luck going into Friday’s game and hope to see many people there!

Ashtin Guyer, Editor

I am currently a senior at Palestine High School, and am in my second year of Journalism. Last year when I decided to take Journalism for the first time,...

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