KANSAS CITY — Trailing by 16 points just minutes into the fourth quarter, Gary Belcher was interested to see how team would handle adversity. Even though the Bulldogs never got back on the winning side of a 57-45 loss to Shawnee Mission West on Wednesday, Dec. 12, at Avila University, there were plenty of positives to take away from the contest.
"The one thing we tried to emphasize in the last two days of practice after the tournament last week was just taking time to build on was just taking time to execute the offense," Kearney's boys basketball coach said. "We wanted to let the offense get the guys open looks instead of the guys getting the open looks on their own.
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