Titans fall to Paris JV

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The second week of action in the Paris Junior League basketball offered some tight games.

Games are played on Sundays beginning at 12:30 p.m. at Eveland Gym.

Panthers 28,

Cardinals 21

The Cardinals gave the Panthers a real challenge during the first game. 

At the end of first quarter the Cardinals led the Panthers 8-4. A strong showing in the second quarter allowed the Panthers to take a 17-11 lead. Both teams continued to score through the second half before the Panthers won 28-21.

Dawson Rogers led the Panthers with six points. Bryson Brown, Kipton Bradford and Nathan Delashmit each added four points. Carter Delashmit and Karic Mason had three points each. Storm Miller and Sean Dunn completed the scoring with a bucket each.

The Cardinals were led by Carter Eastham with eight points. Myah Bartos finished the day with two buckets good for four points. Shayn White had a basket and a free throw. Carter Crippes, Chance Chaney and Dylan Lucas each had a basket.

Hawks 32, Colts 18

In the second contest of the afternoon the Hawks rolled past the Colts with a 32-18 win. 

Madox Hutchings led the Hawks with 14 points. Paisley Reed scored a couple of baskets and a free throw for five points. Emma Kraemer, Myles Dalbey, Andre Calhoun, Carter Wilson and Brody Bishop each had a basket.

The Colts were led by Sklyer Sweet with eight points. Braylen Mill had six points and Pailynn Camp added a couple of baskets.

 

Eagles 24, Lions 12

The Eagles took control of the third game from the tipoff and defeated the Lions 24-12.

Parker Sivertson led the way for the Eagles with six points. Savannah Haley, Logan Gerberding, Mason Barrett and Lane Tessman scored four points each. Ethan Brown finished the contest with one basket.

Jarrel Hallorn led the Lions with six points. Drew Kirby scored four points and Paedyn Keys added two points.

Bears 19, Tigers 16

The Bears managed to take a close 19-16 win from the Tigers. At the end of the first quarter the Bears held an 8-5 lead before falling behind 14-8 at halftime. The Bears reclaimed the lead 16-14 heading into the final quarter. The Bears went on to add three points in the fourth quarter while the Tigers only added two points.

Ending the evening with eight points was Bears player Gabriel Roush. Parker Sanders had a couple of baskets and a free throw for five points, Conner Little had four points and Charlie Ford had a basket.

Levi Bartley led the Tigers with four points. Keara Butler had a basket and a free throw. Garret Rigdon, Macy Bicknell, Brayden Rogers and Will Dudley scored two points each.