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Dinos take care of business with win

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This was a game that everyone expected the Dinos to win. They did just that and made it look easy as they took down ALA for the second time this season 63-38.

Early in the game the score stayed fairly even and it looked like it might be a close contest. But by the end of the first quarter, the Dinos started pulling away. The 18-14 lead at the end of the period blossomed into a 19 point lead going into the locker room and the game was never really in doubt after that.

Clint Finkbiner, Gage Bigelow and Tanner Gagnon each floated in 15 points each as the Dinos cruised to a victory.

Coach Ted Bianco was visibly more relaxed as his team posted the win. "We did what we had to do and beat a team we had beaten before. Out defense was better than the other night and I was mouch more pleased with the effort. Now we just need to carry this through to our Friday game with Park City."

Clint Finkbiner was also happy to get the win. "We needed it to give us a boost for the next game," he said.

Park City will be the next opponent for the Dinos as they come to Price on Firday night. Tipoff is at 7 p.m. immediately after the Lady Dinos game.

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