Panthers pounce on Chargers 63-33Published 10:41am Wednesday, December 5, 2012
PARKERS PRAIRIE — The Panther girls were able to defend their home court with pride Tuesday as they defeated Brandon-Evansville 63-33.
“We had a hard time scoring,” Charger coach Dick Simpson said. “We had a good first half, but we couldn’t recover from a slow start in the second.”
Madison Dorn led the charge for Parkers Prairie with 24 points, while teammate Micaela Noga chipped in 16.
The Charger girls were led by Megan Kokett with 17 points.
The Chargers are still in search of their first win and hope the confines of their home court will add to their advantage as they host the Underwood Rockets in a 7:30 p.m. LEC showdown Friday.