By Doug Comer
For the Times West Virginian
There are two halves in basketball and there is an intermission. That precious 10 minutes allows a team to make necessary adjustments.
Fairmont Senior coach Corey Hines faced a 17-point deficit after two quarters of play and needless to say, he brought his checkers to a chess match. However, he squeezed every bit of coaching knowledge he had before the start of the second half Wednesday night and coached his AA ninth-ranked Polar Bears to a crucial 66-61 road win over No. 9 Lincoln.
'We simply got outplayed in the first half. Lincoln Coach Rob Hawkins does a great job coaching the team and was well prepared for us," Hines said.