Prairie Home Lady Panthers capture Homecoming win against Jamestown Lady Eagles

Prairie Home's Michael Porter attempts a shot over the head of Jametown's Alden Rohrbach during the Panther's Homecoming game Friday at Prairie Home. The Eagles defeated the Panthers 69-50.

Prairie Home's Michael Porter attempts a shot over the head of Jametown's Alden Rohrbach during the Panther's Homecoming game Friday at Prairie Home. The Eagles defeated the Panthers 69-50. Photo by April Arnett.

After trailing Jamestown for three quarters, Prairie Home's varsity girls basketball team staged a fourth-quarter comeback to defeat the Lady Eagles 50-45 for a big Homecoming win Friday at Prairie Home.

"Kendra Stinson had her best game of the year," Prairie Home Coach Linda Scott said. "Kristynn Watson also played a tremendous game. We had six players score, two in double figures, and it was a total team effort. We scored 27 points in

the last quarter. Everybody stepped up their game."

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Prairie Home's Taylor Zey drives toward the basket during the varsity girls' game Friday. At left is Jamestown's Taylor Muri (11) and at right is Jamestown's Marla Dietzel (20).

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From left, Jamestown's Morgan Imhoff and Prairie Home's Jessie Kennedy scrap for possession of the ball during the first half of the Lady Panthers' Homecoming game Friday at Prairie Home. The Lady Panthers defeated the Lady Eagles 50-45.

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Jamestown's Antoine LaFromboise shoots a free throw during the Eagles' varsity game Friday, Feb. 23 at Prairie Home.

For more of this story check out the Feb. 23 issue of the California Democrat.

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