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The Murphysboro head coach stated very clearly that you don't always know how you going to get off the bus and play offensively. On the flip side, the third year Red Devils head coach was certain of one thing. "Defense wins games and that's what we'
Despite the frigid weather outside, Harrisburg kept things heated inside Rich Herrin Gymnasium with a 23-9 start that resulted in a 58-40 victory over Benton in Ohio Division play of the River-to-River Conference Friday night. The win keeps the
About all Randy Smithpeters can remember about 1987 was the fact that he was an assistant coach at McLeansboro...Since then, Harrisburg has had nine second place finishes and with that being the case, the longtime Harrisburg head coach brought in a
Tuesday, the goal for the Bulldogs was make the Final Four of the Eldorado Holiday Tournament. So far, its full speed ahead for Harrisburg, who thanks to a 72-55 victory over Gallatin County Tuesday will play Herrin in Wednesday's semi-final
After breathing their biggest sigh of relief this season and smoothly wiping the sweat from their brow, the Bulldogs put to test to theory: it's not how you start, but how you finish Friday night at Davenport Gymnasium. Trailing in all three quarters
In the case of Randy Smithpeters, only one thing really concerns the Harrisburg head coach this early in the season. Those sentiments were shared after Friday night's win over Massac County when the longtime Bulldog head coach was curious to see how
Saturday night's fourth quarter was usually a carbon copy of the Bulldogs' first quarter this past season. The only problem, a porous start where Harrisburg went 3-14 from the field resulted in a 78-68 loss to Du Quoin at Davenport Gymnasium. The
It was business as usual for the Bulldogs as they raced out to a 24-11 first quarter lead, but from there had to weather storms for two and half quarters as they watched what was a comfortable lead, get chipped away to eight twice in the third frame.
In the end, something had to win out, yet it's highly unlikely that anyone in Davenport Gymnasium would have thought the Bulldogs would be the one who's strength was stronger. Having to battle the size of 6-foot-7 Tylor Duckworth and the strength of
Admittedly, Jalen Stewart didn't know what to expect Monday night...First game of the season, kinks to work out, jitters to overcome and for Harrisburg a truly guard orientated team that has been scrimmaging against each other for the better part of