The Dawson Springs High School varsity boys basketball team now has a record of 9-15 after a week full of basketball.
The Panthers hosted Hopkins County Central on Friday night and lost big, 70-28.
Sophomores Kolby Williams and Landon Pace led scoring with 6 points each. Junior Skyler Clark added 5. Senior Cameron Boyd and junior Ethan Huddleston ended the night with 4 each. Sophomore Dylan Dawson made a bucket and sophomore Austin Skinner made a free throw.
Saturday was the homecoming game and the Panthers welcomed Frederick Fraize. They sent the Aces home with a 72-53 loss.
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Clark had 28 points for the night. Dawson had a double-double with 13 points and 10 rebounds. Williams tallied 11, while Pace had 7. Sophomore Logan McKnight and freshman Dilyn Skinner had 5 points each. Huddleston added 3. Williams was 4-for-4 from the free throw line.
The boys traveled to Caldwell on Monday night and lost by 30, 82-52.
Williams had 16 points, while Pace ended with 12. No other stats were available by press deadline Wednesday morning.
It was another game away on Tuesday, this time at Trigg County. The Wildcats beat the Panthers, 63-44.
Clark and Pace each scored 12 points. No other stats were available by press deadline Wednesday morning.
The boys will travel to Crittenden County tonight and Hopkins County Central on Friday. More travel on Monday when the Panthers face Community Christian in Paducah.