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By Candie Fix
Managing Editor 

Haxtun Bulldogs improve to 4-1 in busy week of basketball action


February 10, 2021

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HAXTUN junior Owen Knode, #30, takes a look at the basket during a home contest against Wray Friday night. Knode scored 11 points for the Bulldogs.

For the first time this season, more fans packed the stands to watch the Bulldogs as the team took on the Prairie Mustangs at home Saturday afternoon. A level change on the new State of Colorado's COVID dial allowed each athlete seven fan tickets opposed to the two it had been since the start of the season.

In front of a larger home crowd, the Haxtun Bulldogs jumped to an early 23-14 lead in a sometimes heated match up with the Mustangs from Prairie. The Bulldogs added another 13 points, three from a half-court, buzzer-beater shot from Isaac Andersen, before half time to hold onto a 36...

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