Harker Heights extended its winning streak to three games for the first time this season behind 24 points from senior guard Dillon Gooding as the Knights beat short-handed Killeen 71-59 on Friday night.

The Kangaroos came into the game with two new faces on the roster to replace injured seniors Montego Muckelvaney and Trayvon Todd.

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