JV girls lose to Red Raiders
The Concordia junior varsity girls’ basketball team was beaten 41-22 by Wamego Friday night in the Concordia High School gymnasium.
Concordia trailed 13-6 after one quarter of play.
Wamego outscored the Panthers 14-6 in the second period to go up 27-12 at halftime.
Concordia was limited to two points in the third quarter, and the Red Raiders scored 10 to make it 37-14.
The Panthers tacked on eight points in the final period to four for Wamego.
Molly Adams and Jennifer Boley scored six points each for Concordia. Maggie Lambert added five points.
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