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Colder Than The Weather

 

February 2, 2022

Dan Stevens

Rowen Schulz gets fouled trying to complete the fast break layup.

On paper, the game shouldn't have been close. But games aren't played on paper.

The Lena-Winslow Panthers did just about everything they could to give a game away to the Dakota Indians Friday night, and Dakota finally accepted the gift in the fourth quarter to claim a huge 38-33 victory that made their season.

How did it happen?

Well, when your two leading scorers, who both average double figures are held to a grand total of four points in the game ... (two points each) you don't need to look very far for explanations.

Lena-Winslow out hustled, out fought, and out played Dakota for thre...



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