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Cougars squander first-half lead against Neosho County

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Barton Community College’s DJ Johnson dunks against Neosho County on a breakaway during the first half at Kirkman Activity Center during the Best Western Angus Inn/Cougar Booster Club Thanksgiving Basketball Classic.

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It’s not how you start a game.
It’s how you finish.
Barton Community College took a harsh lesson in that on Friday night at Kirkman Activity Center from Neosho County, falling 108-102 in the first day of the Best Western Angus Inn/Cougar Boost Club Thanksgiving Basketball Classic.
The Cougars ignited a massive lead early on against Neosho County, leading as much as 25-2 in the first six minutes of the game.
Isaac Williams led the way, sinking his first four 3-pointers on his way to a 22-point first half.
Darius Gibson and Raheem Johnson each had 10 ...


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