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Miles Lagler shoots the ball behind the Cambridge defense, while Johnson, Schrotberger and Ross prepare to assist. 

Plainsmen take record to 10-10

By Samantha Goff

Grant Tribune-Sentinel

Two wins and a loss take Coach Shawn Cole and the Perkins County Plainsmen to a 10-10 record for the 2016-17.

PC rolled over Maxwell and Cambridge, but struggled to keep up with the Cozad Haymakers, who hit 14 baskets, nine of which were triples. 

The Plainsmen hosted the 10-7 Creek Valley Storm on Tuesday, Feb. 7 and results will appear in next week’s issue of the Grant Tribune-Sentinel. 

Maxwell

PC hosted Maxwell on Tuesday, Jan. 31 and rolled over the Wildcats right out of the gates. 

Josh Johnston opened with two in the bucket to give PC four points. A foul on Charles Johnson saw him at the line where he made both free throws before seizing the opportunity to sink one, putting Perkins County eight. 

Maxwell drew a foul and made both free throws for their first two points. 

Bailey Schrotberger put up a basket for PC , and was followed by Johnston, and Beck who each put in a basket as well, before Schrotberger sank the last shot of the first quarter, bringing the Plainsmen up to 16-7 over Maxwell.

Miles Lagler took the ball to the net in the first thirty seconds of the second, but Maxwell found a way to answer a minute later. 

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