CHS JV boys drop 50-45 decision
MARYSVILLE — The Concordia junior varsity boys’ basketball team suffered a 50-45 loss to Marysville on Tuesday night.
Concordia led the game 9-6 after one quarter of play.
Marysville pumped in 16 points in the second period, to nine for Concordia, to go up 22-18 at halftime.
Scoring nine points in the third quarter, and giving up eight points, the Panthers made it a 30-27 game.
Marysville tossed in 20 points in the final stanza to 18 for Concordia.
Jerod Toogood scored 16 points for Concordia.
Gilberth Garcia had 11 points for the Panthers.
Concordia junior Cole Larsen continued his dominance on the mound, but the Panthers continued to struggle in the second game of a doubleheader. Larsen, who is 6-0 in the season with an earned run average under 1.00, tossed a two-hitter as Concordia shut out Marysville... [More]
Limited to one run on four hits, the Concordia High School softball team dropped both ends of a North Central Kansas League doubleheader to Marysville Tuesday at the Concordia Sports Complex. Shelby Downard shut the Panthers out on two hits as Marysville won the first game of... [More]
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