MORAN A 26-point loss nearly a month ago did not weigh heavily on the minds of Marmaton Valley players going into their match-up with area powerhouse Northeast Arma Tuesday evening, despite their impressive 14-3 record.
The host Wildcats record was a much humbler 2-12 but based on the first two quarters of Marmaton Valleys 65-41 loss Tuesday night, records were interchangeable and irrelevant.
Our guys played hard today and I was proud of them, said Wildcat assistant coach Denny Lasley, who was in charge with head coach Jason Bauer out of town. We played with a lot of heart. But credit to Arma because theyre a heck of a team. Once they settle down and play their game, theyre incredibly tough to beat.
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