Rayce Kendrick had 20 points, six rebounds, five assists and two steals, and teammate Trever Huth added 18 points and 10 rebounds for a double-double as the Prairie Home boys basketball turned back Calvary Lutheran 59-35 in the State Fair Community College Shootout in Sedalia on Friday, Dec. 28. The Panthers, improving to 3-6 on the season, opened the first half with a 28-23 lead against Calvary Lutheran and then outscored the Lions 31-12 in the second half for the victory. Prairie Home coach Jesse Oswald said watching this game you wouldn't believe that they hadn't played in over a week. “We played very good team ball and got a lot of people involved,” Oswald said. “It wasn't perfect, but we were able to build an early lead and build upon it, which is something we haven't been able to do. We have never been able to put a team away until tonight and I thought that we took steps in the right direction to fix what has been wrong with us.” Huth also had six assists and two steals in the game for the Panthers while Sam Distler added eight points, two rebounds, two assists and one steal. Kody Utterback chipped in seven points, four rebounds and one steal while Jonathan Brandes added four points, five rebounds, one steal and one assist and Klay Holliday with two points, one rebounds, one steal and one assist.