Panthers avoid ‘slip up’
CLARINDA — The Creston boys basketball team started the 2013 portion of its schedule Friday on the right track, picking up a 65-37 win over Clarinda here, improving to 9-0 for the season.
Head coach Billy Hiatt wanted to avoid “slipping up” in the team’s first game back from break, and despite a slow start, his team avoided doing just that.
“My biggest fear since we had success during the first part of the season, and playing an opponent that hasn’t had a lot of success, sometimes you slip up,” Hiatt said. “We jumped on them the second half and started looking like ourselves again.”
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