Prairie Home girls fall to No. 1 Southwest Livingston 75-34

Prairie Home boys basketball coach Dalton Armontrout said the 71-67 overtime loss Thursday night against Brunswick in the semifinal round of the Keytesville was especially tough to swallow.
Of course the Panthers were lucky to be in the ballgame while trailing by as much as eight going into the final period. However, in the final eight minutes, Prairie Home rallied back with a 23-15 advantage to tie the game at the end of regulation at 60-all. The Panthers also led by as much as five in overtime but couldn’t hold the lead. Brunswick outscored Prairie Home 11-7 in overtime.
“We had the last shot and missed in regulation,” Armontrout said, “and then we went to overtime and had a five point lead with a minute left and couldn’t hold the lead. I was happy that the boys didn’t give up and came back, but we know that we have to be better down the stretch. Defensively, we didn’t defend the paint very well as they got most of their points inside. Offensively, we didn’t attack the rim like I had hoped. We settled.”
Winn had 33 points and Worley 27 for Brunswick.
For Prairie Home, who dropped to 10-8 on the season, Creed Flood finished the game with a double-double with 27 points and 15 rebounds. He also had five assists and four steals.
Ty Stidham had 14 points, one rebound and one steal while Kassen Lock added 11 points, two rebounds, two steals and two assists, Blake Petsel nine points and three rebounds, Clayton Pethan four points, 15 rebounds, six assists and one steal, Luke Stewart two points and one rebound and Alex Rhode with one rebound and one assist.
Prairie Home finished the game hitting 25 of 69 shots from the field for 36 percent and 7 of 12 from the foul line for 58 percent.
Southwest Livingston (G) 75
Prairie Home 34
Southwest Livingston girls lived up to its No. 1 seeding Thursday night in the semifinal round of the Keytesville Tournament by beating fourth-seeded Prairie Home 75-34.
The Lady Panthers, dropping to 8-9 on the season, had a great first quarter while trailing Southwest by only four at 16-12. However it was pretty much all Southwest after that as the Lady Wildcats outscored Prairie Home 59-22 over the next-three quarters for the victory.
“I thought we had a good start,” said Prairie Home coach Dalton Armontrout, “and then we started turning the ball over. We just didn’t play well. We looked tired.”
Rounkles had 38 and Campbell 18 to lead Southwest.
For Prairie Home, who dropped to 8-9 on the season, Kourtney Kendrick tossed in 15 points and grabbed 11 rebounds. Maggie Wood finished the game with 10 points, five rebounds and one steal while Jerzee Cantrell added four points and one rebounds, Kelsey Watson three points and one rebound and Ashlyn Twenter with two points, one rebound and one steal.
Prairie Home made all five shots from the foul line but was only 13 of 45 from the field for 29 percent.