Lady Panthers Off to Slow Start

The varsity girls’ basketball team got off to a slow start to the 20220/23 campaign by going 1-2 in the opening week of the season.

The Panthers opened the season by cruising past Charyl Stockwell Academy 52-14 in the season opener.

A 17-1 run in the first quarter was all the Panthers needed to cruise to the win. Gracee Robidou scored seven in the opening quarter and Alaina Kellenberger six to spark Stockbridge.

They continued to pour it on in the second by outscoring CSA 14-2 for a 31-3 halftime lead and never looked back.

Robidou led the Panthers with 18 points on the night.

Kellenberger finished with a double-double of 14 points and 11 rebounds, while Taylor Lockhart added 10 points and seven boards. Taylor Asquith chipped in with four points and nine rebounds, Melina Sayre three, Maddie Dalton two, and Grace Lackey one.

The Panthers fell to Dansville 49-38 Wednesday night.

The Aggies, who reached the D3 quarterfinals last season, outscored the Panthers 13-4 in the second, and Stockbridge was never able to recover.

Lockhart led the Panthers with 12 points and eight rebounds.

Robidou finished with 11 points, while Kellenberger had nine points and seven rebounds. Sayre, Dalton, and Asquith scored two points each on the night.

Stockbridge fell to East Jackson 50-45 in the GLAC/Cascades Challenge at Olivet College Saturday.

The Panthers fell behind 12-5 after one period and played catchup for most of the game.

The teams were tied at 31 in the third when the Trojans hit a triple to retake a three-point lead and held on for the win.

Robidou had a big game with 19 points, five steals and three rebounds to lead the Panthers.

Dalton finished with 9 points and six rebounds, while Kellenberger added eight points and six rebounds. Lockhart finished with five points and five rebounds, and Thalia Sayre four points and three rebounds.

The Panthers host Fowlerville in their home opener Tuesday night at 7:00 PM.




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