The Prairie Home boys and girls basketball teams dropped two games on the road Friday night against the Jamestown Eagles by the scores of 57-43 and 59-41, respectively.


The Prairie Home boys and girls basketball teams dropped two games on the road Friday night against the Jamestown Eagles by the scores of 57-43 and 59-41, respectively.

The Lady Panthers, dropping to 5-5 on the season, trailed Jamestown 5-2 after one, 29-9 at the half and 42-21 after three quarters of play. Meanwhile, in the final period, Prairie Home rallied back with a 20-17 scoring edge to cut the lead back to 18.

Paige Reimler led four players in double figures for Jamestown with 20 points. Morgan Imhoff had 17, Taylor Muri 12 and Lauren Imhoff 10 for Jamestown.

For Prairie Home, junior Megan Morton finished the game with 18 points, five rebounds and one steal.
Taylor Zey had a double-double with 11 points and 14 rebounds along with two steals. Kendra Stinson added five points, six steals, one rebound and one assist, Jessie Kennedy with four points, seven rebounds and one steal, Kristynn Watson with two points, two rebounds and one steal and Kohlie Stock with one point, one rebound and one steal.

In the boy’s game, Will Conley and Andy Flippin each had 14 points as the Jamestown boys basketball team had to overcome a one-point deficit after the first period.

The Eagles, improving to 5-5 on the season, trailed Prairie Home 12-11 after first period’s end but rallied back with a 46-31 scoring edge for the rest of the game.

Conley also had seven rebounds and four steals for Jamestown while Flippin added eight rebounds and three steals. Chad Cook tossed in 12 points and eight rebounds.

For Prairie Home, who dropped to 4-6 on the season, Trevor Huth had 23 points and 10 rebounds. Gavin Walters chipped in nine points while Colt Melling, Kole Holliday and Dillon Loesing added three points each.