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Borden County’s basketball girls overcame a slow start Tuesday evening at Frosan to come home with a 51-31 win.Now 5-3, the Coyotes were down 15-2 at the end of the first quarter but outscored their hosts 18-3 in the second quarter to take a 20-18 halftime edge. The Coyotes pulled away for good with a 20-5 third quarter run.“We started out a little sluggish. It was good see our girls handle some adversity on the road,” BC Coach Lindsey Schmidt said. “Sophomore Kenzie White’s 12 points led Borden County. Callie Edwards had seven points, Dallie Miller, Kambell Schmidt, Allison Buchanan ...

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