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Hays girls outlast Panthers

HAYS — Great Bend’s girls were one play away from a miraculous 18-point comeback for first place against bitter rival Hays High.
The Indians converted a tying score by Tasiah Nunnery and outscored the Panthers 13-4 in overtime to escape with a 62-53 Western Athletic Conference basketball victory Tuesday. The Panthers committed seven turnovers in the 4-minute overtime.
The Panthers (2-5, 1-1 WAC) erased an 18-point deficit (34-16) with their best basketball of the season by outscoring the Indians 19-4 down the stretch for a 49-47 lead. Carley Brack scored two free throws for a 48-47 lead and Annie Mills ...

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