Panthers tumble, 21-20
MARYSVILLE — The Concordia Panthers suffered a narrow 21-20 loss to Marysville in seventh grade boys' basketball play on Monday.
Marysville led 8-2 at the end of the first quarter.
The Panthers limited Marysville to four points in the second stanza, and scored five to make it 12-7 at halftime.
Concordia outscored Marysville 9-7 in the third period, and trailed 19-16.
The Panthers gave up just two points in the fourth quarter, and scored four to make it a one point game.
Caden Williams led Concordia with 10 points.
The Concordia B-team knocked off Marysville, 20-14.
Concordia led the game 12-4 at halftime.
Marysville scored 10 points in the second half to eight for the Panthers.
Tryston Jochems finished with seven points for Concordia. Alex Bonebrake added six points.
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