The Panther girls basketball team picked up two road wins over the last week of basketball.
Dawson Springs forced plenty of turnovers in the first half of Monday night’s game to kill any hope Community Christian Academy had for victory. The Panthers were victorious, 59-36.
Freshman Brooklyn Clark set the pace with 23 points while senior Denisha Randolph finished with 11. Freshman Abby Ward netted 6 points, while Gracie Harper, Natalee Oldham and Jalynn Hooper each had 4 for the night. Freshman Macy Drennan added 3. Sophomore Brylee Spurlin and Peyton Pace each had 2 points.
The Panthers defeated Frederick Fraize 64-60 on Saturday.
Clark had 29 points and was 7 of 7 from the free throw line. Ward added 15, while Randolph had 11. Hooper had 4 points and 11 rebounds. Harper tallied 3. Spurlin had 2.
On Friday night, the girls were at Crittenden and fell 45-33.
Clark had 24 points. Harper had 3, while Hooper, Randolph and Oldham each added 2.
“We didn’t have a good shooting night,” said Head Coach Amanda Scott.
The Panthers move to 9-16.
The girls travel to Livingston Central tonight and Ballard Memorial on Saturday. The girls end their regular season with two home games: University Heights on Thursday and senior night against Todd County Central on Friday, Feb. 21.