BELTON Kiara Rawls couldn't explain it because she didn't know what it a district win felt like before the Lady Grey Wolves' 64-55 win at Belton on Tuesday afternoon.
It was because of Rawls that Shoemaker all but had its first District 12-5A win since 2009 before halftime, but it was because of her teammates that the Lady Grey Wolves held on when Belton rallied in the second half, snapping a 21-game district losing streak. "It feels really great. Words can't explain. It's a big win and we've just got to keep on holding it (together) and come out strong for the rest of the games," Rawls said.
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