Panther boys allow 22 points in fourth quarter in six-point loss

St. Mary’s 7-footer Will Hurd

attempts to block the shot of

Manson Northwest Webster’s

Cameron Krebsbach during

their game last Friday at St.

Mary’s. Times photo by

John Cullen

Manson Northwest Webster scored 22 points in the fourth quarter to erase a one-point deficit as the Cougars spoiled Storm Lake St. Mary’s homecoming with a 56-50 win last Friday night.

St. Mary’s jumped out to a 13-6 lead after the first quarter before taking a 23-21 lead at the half. It was 35-34 St. Mary’s heading into the fourth period of play.

Tanner Snyder led St. Mary’s with 15 points. Will Hurd added 12. Jake Heitman tallied eight points, Chakouthchok Malou six, Alex Merten five and Dawson Miller four for the Panthers, now 2-11 overall.

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