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Middle School Panthers Take On Eagles
Wednesday, December 17, 2008 • Posted December 16, 2008

The Middle School girls played Johnson City at home on Monday, December 15. All three teams defeated the Eagles with little trouble.

7B and 8B teams combined and won 16-6. Selene Serrano was the high scorer with 6 points and Makayla Elrod had 4 points. Isabella Cuevas, Audrey Johnson and Brooke York each sunk two points.

7A defeated the Eagles swiftly, holding them back the entire game. Devon Branch was high scorer with 19 and Cala Foster had 14. Deanna Sevilla, Meaghen Seales, and Maria Avila had 6, 4, and 3. Final Score was 46-24.

8A didn’t allow Johnson City to go beyond 18 points. Scoring fast and frequently, the Panthers steadily defeated the Eagles. High scorers were Kelsey Schwind and Raini Romero, who each had 14, Leslie McClinton with 8, and Elise Edmondson and Mishelle Calzoncit, with 3 and 2. The final score was 41-18.

The Middle School boys’ basketball teams travelled to Johnson City on Tuesday, January 15 to play the Johnson City Eagles.

The three boys’ teams were able to come out on top in every game.

The 7B team came out strong and didn’t allow Johnson City the opportunity to score many points. Phillip Alvarado was the high scorer for the night with 8 points. Ryan Edwards and Spencer Moore scored 3 and 2, respectively. Final score, 13-5.

The 7A team left the Eagles trailing, with aggresive defense being played by Kyle Sauceda and Alex Palos stealing the ball several times. David Ramirez finished the game with a contribution of 15 points, Kyle Sauceda 11, Carlin Green 8, and Dakota Perkins, Alex Palos and Frank Hunter each garnering 2 points. Final score, 40-14.

8A boys came out and had to fight for their game, but managed to hold the Eagles back, winning another game. High scorer was TJ Hardin with 10, Sam Isenberg 8, Ian Ray 7, and Tyler Brown, Colton Childress and Lane Hoetling with 5, 4, and 2. Final score for the Panthers was 36-22.

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