The Lady Panthers are on the hunt! They mopped the floor with any team that faced them this week. First up was Webster County. It promised to be a pretty good game, and the Lady Panthers would show no mercy to them. A relentless defense by the Ladies kept the Lady Highlanders behind the eight ball with nowhere to go. They had a hard time passing the ball against the defense or getting the ball in a shooting position. Once again, McKinzee Barker led the net burning with 16 points, but this time five of the Lady Panthers were in double digits: Emily Wynn, Peyton Lucas and Sarah Boggs teamed up with 11 points each while Bethany Young had 10. When the smoke cleared it was Clay 77, Webster 26. South Harrison was next on the chopping block, and it wasn’t pretty for the Lady Hawks. By the time the net stopped smoking, the Lady Panthers were on top by the score of 71-23. They then travelled to Sissonville, and this game would indeed be redemption for the Lady Panthers if they could defeat the Lady Indians on their own turf. After last year’s defeat at the hands of the Lady Indians, the Lady Panthers would not let it happen again. This year it was all Lady Panthers, with a great air show and a tough defense they held the opponents to a mere 31 points with a final score 52-31. The Lady Panthers will be on the road for most all of the remaining season. They will be back home on the January 30th for their last home game. The Lady Panthers are on track with 11 wins and only two losses for another shot at a state title. It is still a long road to get there, so get out and support the teams when you can.