Allison Simmons had 18 points and 14 rebounds for a double-double to lead the Prairie Home girls past Jamestown in CCAA action Friday night in Prairie Home by a score of 30-24.
The Lady Panthers, improving to 4-1 on the season, led Jamestown 13-9 at the half but was outscored 11-5 in the third quarter to trail by a score of 20-18. Meanwhile, in the final period, Prairie Home rallied back with a 12-4 advantage for the win.
“I thought we had a great first half, we limited our turnovers and got the ball inside and did enough defensively to keep the lead at halftime,” said Prairie Home coach Dalton Armontrout. “The second half we started turning the ball over, because we were getting in a hurry. We took bad shots and did not close out on the shooters like I had hoped. Overall, it was one of our better games of the season and look to build on this with three games next week.”
Madison Brown finished the game with eight points, eight steals, three rebounds and two assists for Prairie Home. Paiton Williams chipped in four points, nine rebounds, two steals and two assists while Kamden Holliday added three rebounds and one steal and Aubree Hedgepath with one assist.
Jamestown (B) 61
Prairie Home 17
Evan Schoenthal sizzled the nets for 15 points to lead Jamestown in a CCAA win Friday night at Prairie Home.
The Panthers, dropping to 1-3 on the season, trailed Jamestown 39-6 at the half and 57-9 after three quarters of play.
Armontrout said when you only have five players and missing two starters, it’s tough.
Oliver Lock had 12 points, four rebounds, one steal and one assist for Prairie Home. Peyton Pitts finished the game with five points, six rebounds and one assist while Logan Fairchild and Aiden Paustian added one rebound each and Dakota Kuester with one steal.