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Hoisington boys beat Larned in foul-filled game

Hoisington’s Jacob Durrett drives past Larned’s Jahman Hill (3) during the semifinal game of the Keady Basketball Classic on Friday night.

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LARNED — The Hoisington High School boys’ basketball team earned a win against host Larned in the semifinal game at the Keady Basketball Classic 68-35.
But it wasn’t pretty.
The Cardinals and the Indians beat the classic record for most fouls in a single game, falling short of tying the record after the first half of play.
It’s two teams playing pretty poor defense in my opinion,” Hoisington head coach Kyle Haxton said. “Not wanting to move our feet. Not stepping up and helping on penetration. A lot of reaching, shoving. It just wasn’t clean basketball. It wasn ...

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