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Depth shows up

Golden Wolves compete with tired Texline with added players on bench

By THOMAS LOTT

If Dalhart has all of the depth that they had on Monday night in their final summer league game, they are going to have some success this season.

They are going to be able to run with their athleticism and they are going to be able to stretch the court when they need to with their ability to shoot.

Their game against Texline showed just how well they could compete when given the chance. Now, Texline was on their third game in a row and they did not play their starters, so the score was not the best indicator of the game, but Dalhart hung with them for much of the contest only to fall in the final minutes.

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Can’t give hope

Lady Wolves didn’t lose lead, but gave Clayton chance to get back in it

By THOMAS LOTT

Clayton gave Dalhart some trouble the first few weeks of the summer season. One of the big reasons for that was their ability to break the press of the Lady Wolves. They did a very good job of getting the ball up to their post on the other end and getting easy buckets.

Now, another big reason for that was the absence of Madison Sherrill and Katelyn Sybesma, but Clayton did do a very good job of that in the first two match-ups with Dalhart.

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