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|Panthers stopped by Lake Providence, prepare for Kilbourne|
The Sterlington Panthers (12-13, 1-2) will host Kilbourne High School in a double-header this Friday night at Panther Gymnasium.
The Panthers boys team split a pair of games recently, starting with a 71-54 victory at Farmerville last Friday.
Max Cook dominated both ends of the floor as he recorded a double-double of 24 points and 13 rebounds for Sterlington.
The Panthers were certainly not short on offensive firepower at Farmerville as Jordan Crew and Calen Goldsby each chipped in 12 points for the Panthers while Matt Allred added 11 points.
Defensive pressure made the difference in a tight game at the halftime break. Sterlington pressed its way to easy baskets and wore down the Farmerville starters.
"We defended real well," Sterlington head coach Kevin Cabellero said. "We held onto the ball and got to the basket for some good shots."
Cordarious Nation scored 22 points while Reginal Stringfellow added 11 points for Farmerville (7-14, 1-2)
Tuesday night was a different story as the Panthers fell behind early and were a bit short handed. Cha Pizarro is no longer with the team and others missed the game after not getting enough practice time Monday.
All of the troubles added up to a 72-47 win for Lake Providence. Crew scored 17 points to lead Sterlington while Matt Allred added 15 points.
John White scored 14 points to lead Lake Providence while Jarrett King added 10 points. Sterlington trailed by just 35-32 at halftime before the depth factor kicked in during the second half of play.
"Their speed and athleticism was a factor," Cabellero said. "We did not have the depth to stay with them. We only dressed out seven players down there."
On the girls side, Sterlington fell to Lake Providence 74-34 in a game where speed and athleticism was shining bright for Lake Providence.
"We just did not show up to play," Sterlington head coach Darlene Eubanks said. "Lake Providence is very quick and all their starters are back. They advanced to the second-round of playoffs last season and continue to get better each game."
Shaneisa Haynes leads the Lady Panthers will a 20-points-per-game average. Lakelia Pounds is not far behind with 18 points per game.
Kilbourne got the best of the Lady Panthers on Dec. 31 when they beat Sterlington 43-28.
"Kilbourne beat us the last time in our tournament," Eubanks said. "We have to play better defense and move the ball around better. We have to dictate the tempo and take charge early to have an opportunity to win."