The Concordia seventh grade girls' basketball team cruised to a 35-4 victory over Sacred Heart in a home game on Tuesday.
Concordia bolted to an 18-0 lead in the first quarter.
The Panthers outscored Sacred Heart 9-2 in the second period to make it a 27-2 game at halftime.
Allowing just one point in the third quarter, and scoring five, the Panthers had a 32-3 advantage.
The Panthers tacked on three points in the final stanza, and gave up just one point.
Katlynn Miller led the way for Concordia with 13 points.
Mykah Eshbaugh scored 12 points for the Panthers.