Published Thursday, February 9, 2017
The J-Hawks came out inspired and with a ton of energy and anger against Harlowton last week in their 54-38 defeat. They had just lost a one point conference game to Shepherd.
Harlowton wasn’t as important, but they still needed the win.
“Our boys have started a little slow for my liking the last couple of games,” said J-Hawk coach John Nelson. “We did a little better job against Harlowton though. We did a nice job defensively and held their best player to just 10 points.”
Harlowton’s Garret Wolstad had 10 for the night on a very good Harlowton.