Prairie Home seniors Rachel Distler and Shianne Rhorer combined for 45 of the team’s 57 points to lead the Lady Panthers past Jamestown in CCAA action Thursday night at Jamestown by a score of 57-24.
The Lady Panthers, improving to 10-5 overall, outscored Jamestown in all four quarters and led 11-8 after one, 32-16 at the half and 47-20 after three quarters of play. Prairie Home also outscored Jamestown 10-4 in the final period.
Prairie Home coach Dalton Armontrout said both Rachel Distler and Shianne Rhorer had great games and Ashlyn Twenter stepped up tonight.
“We did force some shots early in the game and they capitalized off of it,” Armontrout said. “We still gave up second  chance points too often. We have to do a better job at moving without the ball and cutting to the basket, we settled for jumpshots tonight. We have tough week next week with Higbee on Tuesday and Russellville Saturday.”
Distler had the game high for Prairie Home with 23 points along with four rebounds and three steals while Rhorer added 22 points, eight steals and seven rebounds.
Ashlyn Twenter finished the game with six points, four rebounds and two steals while Kristen Peterson added six points, four rebounds, one steal and one assist and Kurstin Leonard and Elizabeth Fairchild each with one rebound and one steal.
The Lady Panthers also finished the game shooting 58 percent from the field and 60 percent from the foul line.
Jamestown (B) 63
Prairie Home 35
The Prairie Home Panthers fell on the road Thursday night in CCAA action against the Jamestown Eagles by a score of 63-35.
The Panthers, dropping to 8-6 on the season, led Jamestown 16-14 after one but couldn’t find the basket after that while putting in only 19 points for the rest of the game. The Eagles led 39-20 at the half and 56-27 after three quarters of play. However, in the final period, Prairie Home outscored Jamestown 8-5.
Prairie Home coach Dalton Armontrout said the Panthers tried to do way too much individually.
“Turnover after turnover,” Armontrout said. “Way to much finesse. No ball movement, no movement without the ball. We missed a lot of easy layups early and we got caught in foul trouble. This was probably our worst game of the season. Just didn’t do anything right and couldn’t get anything to fall.”
Wyatt Borghardt had the high game for Prairie Home with 18 points along with six rebounds, two steals and two assists. Creed Flood finished the game with four points, three rebounds and two assists while Kassen Lock added four points, three rebounds and two steals, Ty Stinson with three points and eight rebounds, Clayton Pethan with two points, eight rebounds, one steal and one assist and Ross Kendrick with two points and four rebounds.
The Panthers also finished the game hitting just 12 of 59 shots from the field for 20 percent and 7 of 13 from the foul line for 54 percent.
Austin Flippin had 28 points and Trenton Barbour 15 for Jamestown.