Hornets hope to build on successes from Friday’s defeat

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Giltner coaching staff sees bright areas in opening loss

  • A swarm of Hornet defenders aim to bring down Heartland’s Nolan Boehr during Giltner’s 72-26 loss to the Huskies in the season-opener Friday night. News-Register/Richard Rhoden
    A swarm of Hornet defenders aim to bring down Heartland’s Nolan Boehr during Giltner’s 72-26 loss to the Huskies in the season-opener Friday night. News-Register/Richard Rhoden
Gilnter found itself in unfamiliar territory midway through the first half of its opening night tilt with Heartland -- playing with a lead. It wouldn’t last, however, as the run-heavy Huskies scored 44 consecutive points in a 72-26 win over the Hornets in Heartland Friday night. Giltner coach Chip Bartos explained that playing from the lead was a different feeling for the Hornets, who were…

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