BELTON — Coming off a game in which Mary Hardin-Baylor outscored conference rival Howard Payne by 62 points (68-6), including rolling up 40 consecutive in the first half, head coach Pete Fredenburg said he expected such an outburst.
“I was not surprised we had a real good outing against Howard Payne because our guys were really focused in on what we needed to do,” Fredenburg said Monday.
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