Panthers lose to Southeast
SALINA — Southeast of Saline used a big fourth quarter to defeat the Concordia eighth grade girls’ basketball team 31-29 in the opening round of the Turkey Shootout on Monday.
Concordia led the game 22-18 heading into the final period.
Southeast of Saline tossed in 13 points in the quarter, and limited the Panthers to seven points, to get the win.
Concordia jumped out to a 12-5 lead in the first quarter.
Southeast of Saline outscored the Panthers 7-6 in the second stanza to make it an 18-12 game at halftime.
Concordia managed just four points in the third quarter, to six for Southeast of Saline, and led 22-18.
Jordan Eshbaugh scored 14 points for Concordia.
Cameron Collins finished with 10 points for the Panthers.
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