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|Sterlington hosts Jonesboro-Hodge in final home season game|
The Sterlington Panthers (12-17, 1-6) will host Jonesboro-Hodge in their final home game of the regular season Friday.
The Panthers and Lady Panthers took time away from the court Tuesday to recharge their batteries heading toward the playoffs.
Jonesboro-Hodge is currently the district leader with a 6-1 league mark. They will be looking to win the crown against the Panthers.
Sterlington has seen Jordan Crew and Max Cook share scoring responsibility with each as the leading scorer in different games over the past week.
While it may be a stretch for the two teams to make the playoffs, Sterlington is looking to make a statement after a 60-47 loss to Lake Providence last Friday.
Lake Providence came and shot lights out in the first half to build a large lead that the Panthers could seem to never threaten.
For the Lady Panthers, this game also will serve as a chance for redemption after their own poor showing at Lake Providence last week.
Lakeila Pounds led the way with 12 points but it was not enough as Lake Providence prevailed, 47-30.
Sterlington is still plagued by rebounding issues against physical teams as well as having cold spells shooting the ball that hurt against Lake Providence.
"We are getting better," Sterlington head coach Darlene Eubanks said. "We will have to rebound and play big time defense as we continue to get better."
On the ladies' side, Lake Providence, Jonesboro-Hodge and Ferriday all sit with a 5-2 district record. The final week of play now will have to determine a champion from District 2-2A.
The Lady Panthers will begin their game at 6 p.m. before the guys begin at about 7:30 p.m.