Bulldogs drop Panthers
MARYSVILLE — The Concordia junior varsity boys' basketball team suffered a 41-34 loss to Marysville on Tuesday night.
Marysville doubled up the Panthers 12-6 in the first quarter.
The Bulldogs outscored Concordia 11-8 in the second period to go up 23-14 at halftime.
Marysville added 11 points in the third quarter, to six for the Panthers, and led 34-20.
Concordia tossed in 14 points in the final period to seven for the Bulldogs.
Ian Nordell scored nine points for Concordia.
Chase Streeter, Matthew James and Brennen Acree scored seven points each for the Panthers.
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