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Blanco Stumbles in First Game
Wednesday, November 21, 2007 • Posted November 20, 2007

The Blanco Lady Panther’s took to the road for their first road game of the season on Tuesday, November 13. The Panthers traveled to Marion where they faced the Bulldogs which made it to the 3A Regional Quarterfinals last season.

The freshman team was the first to take to court. It was a close game with each team equally balanced on the court with a final score of 8-10 in favor of Marion after the first period. The points then began to spread more towards the Bulldogs as they took a final victory with a score of 46-20.

High scorer of the game was Callie Faurie with a total of eight points as she sank four two point shots. Riki Cole, Chelsea San Miguel, Jenna Bryan, Chelsea Fuller and Hillary Calzoncit each finished the game with two points followed by Chandler Ashley and Alicia Immel who each had one point.

Next up was the JV team. This team had a hard time getting started which gave the Bulldogs plenty of chances to score. At the end of the first period, Marion led by 18 points, and the game did not get any better for the Panthers ending with a final score 40-13.

High scorer was Faurie who scored six points followed by Tatiana Alegria who had five points and Sierra Martinez who scored two points.

Next to take to the court was the varsity Panthers who had a rough start to the season as they fell fast to the Bulldogs.

Marion led by 15 points in the first period and by half time, the Panthers trailed by 26.

The final score was Marion 65, Blanco 29.

High scorer was Sarah Isenberg who had a total of nine points, having sunk three three-point shots. Sarah Kocurek and Alisa Guler followed with seven points each. Lacee Hunter finishing the night with four points followed by Symbri McCarroll and Alyssa Warner who each had one point.

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