Hoopers never stand down

 

Erik Gantt

Aaron Kerbs, left, looks to find the recipient of an assist against the Lingle-Ft. Laramie Doggers on Saturday. Kerbs had six assists against the Miners on Friday. The team had more assists and steals last week than any other previous two games.

While the Saratoga Panthers took two losses this weekend, the boys varsity squad battled to the end, just as they have done all season.

"I've never coached or been around a team that has faced as much adversity this year's with injuries and other things. I've never been prouder of a team as I have been with these boys," Coach Jason Williams said, reflecting on last week's games.

On Friday, the Panthers (0-6 conference, 1-16 overall) came out with energy and intensity against the Hanna-Elk Mountain-Medicine Bow (HEM) Miners (3-0, 10-6). The first quarter was a low-scoring, back and forth af...



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