Panthers slip past Marysville

MARYSVILLE — Concordia slipped past Marysville 25-22 in eighth grade boys’ basketball play on Monday.
The Panthers had a slim 7-6 lead after one quarter of play.
Concordia limited Marysville to two points in the second stanza, and scored five to go up 12-8 at halftime.
Marysville tacked on seven points in the third quarter, to five for the Panthers, to make it a 17-15 game.
Concordia scored eight points in the final period to seven for Marysville.
Matthew James, Cole Larsen and Ian Nordell scored six points each for the Panthers.
The Concordia B-team was beaten 25-15 by Marysville.
Concordia trailed 11-6 at halftime.
Marysville outscored the Panthers 14-9 in the second half.
Paul Frost scored six points for Concordia.

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