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BCC’s best way to attack is via fast-break mode

Jayhawk West

Climbing from No. 14 to the NJCAA Division-I men’s basketball top 10, checking at No. 10, Barton Community College loves to run and gun.
Then-No. 19 Hutchinson find out the hard way in the Cougars’ most recent game last Wednesday, a 91-73 foot race at Kirkman Activity Center.
Barton guard Algie Key and swingman Carl Wallace set the tone for the up-tempo, fast-breaking style and their Cougars teammates followed their lead in a lopsided win that dropped perennial powerhouse Hutch, 14-5 overall, 1-4 Jayhawk West, out of the top 20 altogether and out of the conference race. Key scored ...

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