Panthers hand Stars fourth straight loss
Parkway overcame an awful first quarter shooting performance and finished with a near perfect fourth quarter to hand South Adams a 52-41 loss at the Stardome Saturday night in varsity boys’ basketball.
The loss is the fourth in a row for the Starfires, now 2-5, who have a week off before heading to Modoc to take on a 4-2 Union squad. Parkway evens its season mark at 3-3 with the victory.
Tanner Bates ended a rough start from the field for Parkway, scoring at the 6:50 mark of the second quarter to give the Panthers their first field goal of the game and pull them within five of South Adams at 11-6. Brant Barna followed with an emphatic dunk to cut the Starfire lead to two and...
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