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Panthers End Season with Johnson City Eagles
Varsity Lady Panthers Head to Play-Offs; Take on Navarro
Wednesday, February 17, 2010 • Posted February 16, 2010

The Varsity Boys completed their season with a 47-45 win against the Johnson City Eagles on February 9 and a 21-60 loss to the Cole Cougars on February 12.

In the Johnson City game, Tanner Rogers scorched the net with five 3-point shots to lead the Panthers. Austin Carrola added nine points and Blake West scored eight. Leading rebounders were: Austin Carrola-10, Matt Pepper-7 and Zach Barnes-5.

In the Cole game, Clayton Green pumped in ten points and Tanner Rogers added five. Austin Carrola, Sam Isenberg and James Perez each contributed two points.

The Panthers concluded their season with a district record of 3-9.

The Freshman crushed the Eagles 42-26. Ian Ray led the squad, pumping in twelve points, followed by TJ Hardin with nine and Will Byler with seven.

The Junior Varsity Boys lost to the Eagles, 29-50. Kevin Vizcaino led the team with nine points. Tyler Noah added seven, while Jordan Handberry made two 3-pointers for 6 points.

The Junior Varsity Girls finished the season with a 61-27 win over Johnson City. Mishelle Calzoncit blazed the hoops for 21 points. Raini Romero added 15 points and Susannah Campbell made 11 points.

On February 9, the Varsity Lady Panthers lost a close battle to the Eagles with a final score of 30-36. The low-scoring game has no effect on the team’s play-off status. The team finishes second in district play, 9-3, with the Harper Lady Horns in first place and the Lady Eagles in third.

Alyssa Warner led the Panthers with thirteen points; Lacee Hunter, Abbey Weaver and Leslie McClinton each added four.

The Lady Panthers also played a warm-up game against Center Point on Friday, February 12. The Panthers claimed a victory, 51-47. Leading scorers for the team were: Lacee-16 points, Abbey-10 points, and Alyssa Warner and Lindsey Jenkins-8 points each.

After press time, the Lady Panthers will tip-off against the Navarro Lady Panthers in Wimberley. Good luck to the ladies in the Panther cat fight!

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