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Blanco Tops District 27 2A Standings
Wednesday, January 29, 2014 • Posted January 31, 2014

The Comfort Bobcats and the Johnson City Eagles became the most recent Panther victims as Blanco defeated Comfort, 45-37, on Tuesday, January 21 and then sank Johnson City, 74-36, on Friday, January 24.

The Panthers now stand 4-0 in District 27 2A followed by Comfort, 3-1, Ingram 2-2, Lago VIsta 1-3, and Johnson City 0-4.

Against Comfort Kyle Sauceda led the Panthers scoring 12 points. Jacob McCaslin and Carlin Green each sank 11 points. Brett Champion scored 5 with David Ramirez adding 4. Josh McCaslin made 2 points.

In the Johnson City game Green fired in 19 points with Sauceda scoring 15. Trent Dechert, Ty Royce, and Jacob McCaslin each made 10 points. Josh McCaslin scored 5, with Ramirez and Champion adding 2 each. Tyler Schlinke scored 1 point.

The Freshmen team soundly defeated the Bobcats 52-21. Garrett Seales led the Panthers scoring 13 points, followed closely by Hugo Rodriguez with 11 points. James Rodriguez made 9, with Jacob Robinson sinking 8 points. Jeremy Kindla scored 6 points with Joaquin Olmeda adding 3. Jonathan Campbell scored 2.

The Junior Varsity lost a close battle to the Bobcats, 29-30. Alfredo Amezquita paced the team scoring 9 points, Noah Wheeler and Julio Alegria each made 6 points. Dawson Albin sank 4 points with Dylan Tesch and John Cross Caldwell each scored 2.

Against Johnson City the Junior Varsity posted a decisive win, 52-23. Tesch heated up the nets scoring 13. Amezquita sank 10, while Wheeler added 7. Robbie Arlitt and Cross Caldwell each scored 5 points, Alegria make 3 points with Albin, James Rodriguez, Hugo Rodriguez, and Ross Edwards each scored 2. Olmedo added 1 point.

The Panthers travel to Ingram this week and then to Lago Vista Tuesday, February 4 and return to Blanco for the final home game of the season.

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