The Saratoga Sun -

By Liz Wood 

Illness, injuries and fouls plague Panthers


Liz Wood

Saratoga Panther Daniel Kerbs works past HEM defenders to score.

The Saratoga Panthers (6-10) played a tight game against Hanna-Elk Mountain-Medicine Bow (HEM) (1-14) Friday in the Miners’ court ending the first quarter at a tie of 11.

“Hanna played well,” head coach Josh Sandlian said. “Every time HEM gets better we see what we are able to do to get the win.”

The Panthers took an early lead in the second quarter and held onto it for most of the second quarter before HEM put on the pressure and closed the lead to two points ending the half at 21-19.

“Daniel Kerbs is steadily improving,” Sandlian said. “He’s not afraid to take the ball t...

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