Isaac Gilmore came off the bench late against Manhattan Christian and took the fight to dominating Eagles.

Gilmore energizes Big Horns

One of the best parts of the difficult loss to Manhattan Christian came near the end when sophomore Isaac Gilmore entered the game with a head of offensive steam. He scored just 3 points, but his hustle and energy reinvigorated his teammates and the crowd.

Gilmore also helped fill the void left by Brayden Vaile, who missed the Manhattan Christian game but returned against Twin Bridges on Feb. 3. Milosz Shipman led the way against the Falcons, hitting 13. But it wasn’t enough to match scoring by three Twin Bridges players who hit in the double digits.


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