HARLINGEN — For a quarter, the San Benito Greyhounds stood toe-to-toe with the Harlingen South Hawks.
Then, it all unraveled.
The Hawks finished the second quarter on a 16-2 run and never looked back as they easily dismissed the Greyhounds 73-37 Friday night at the Harlingen South gymnasium.
The Hawks (19-7, 7-4) came out a bit slow to start the game and trailed for a good part of the first period. But after making adjustments and settling down, the shots fell and the Greyhounds (6-18, 1-10) began to turn the ball over.
“The kids turned it up defensively a little bit and I think we contested more shots,” South head coach Brian Molina said. “We tried to get over over-anxious. I told the kids to relax, let the game come to them and let the game come to them.
“I urged them to keep getting stops and the shots would begin to fall and fortunately, tonight it did.”
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