Seventh grade suffers loss
Chapman dealt the Concordia seventh grade boys' basketball team a 32-27 home loss on Thursday.
Concordia led the game 8-6 heading into the second quarter.
Chapman outscored the Panthers 12-4 in the second stanza to go up 18-12 at halftime.
Concordia scored nine points in the third period, to eight for Chapman, to make it a 26-21 game.
Each team scored six points in the final quarter.
Corben Monzon paced the Panthers with 15 points.
Tanner Smith added eight points.
Concordia slipped past Chapman 25-24 in the B-team game.
The Panthers trailed 11-8 at halftime, but pumped in 17 points in the second half to 13 for Chapman.
Paul Rundus scored 12 points for Concordia, and Drake Revell chipped in six points.
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