St. Mary’s gives up 70 in first half of loss

Jasmine Demers finished with 34 points, five assists, four rebounds and three blocked shots, but it wasn’t enough as Pocahontas Area jumped out to a 35-14 lead after the first quarter en route to a 93-52 win over Storm Lake St. Mary’s last Friday at Pomeroy.

The Indians scored 35 points in the second quarter as well to take a 70-34 halftime lead. It was 86-50 entering the fourth period of play.

Katie Lenhart scored six points for the Panthers. Mackenzie Laven and Annie Flynn each had four. Emily Ivey and Rachel Todd had two points apiece.

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