By Liz Wood 

Panther saddle Broncs with defense

 

Erik Gantt

Peyton Fisher goes in for a layup near the end of the first quarter. In spite of a 16 point spread in the first quarter, the Lady Panthers showed improvement over the last time they played Burns.

The Saratoga Panthers (2-4, 2A Southeast, 4-12 overall) have two non-conference games before they play Lusk on Feb. 20 (4-1, 2A Southeast, 13-4 overall) and Southeast on Feb. 21 (1-4, 2A Southeast, 6-9 overall) to round out their regular season.

Friday, the Saratoga Panthers travel to Walden and play North Pork, then on Saturday they travel to Hanna to play Hanna-Elk Mountain-Medicine Bow (HEM).

As a team, the Panthers are coming together in a tough conference – three of the five in the 2A Southeast conference are the top teams in the state.

Saratoga head coach Joe Johnston said his team...



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