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Cold-shooting Panthers can’t keep up with Junction City

High School Basketball

Great Bend High School’s Kody Crosby lets loose a shot over Junction City’s Semaj Johnson (24) on Friday night at the Panther Fieldhouse.

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When things got out of hand for the Great Bend High School boys’ basketball team, they got out of hand in a hurry.
Junction City turned up the heat in the second quarter and burned away at the Panthers for a 50-15 win on Friday night at the Panther Fieldhouse.
“We just had too many turnovers,” GBHS head coach Chris Battin said. “We couldn’t hit a shot and we had too many turnovers. That kills you any time you play.”
Early on, Great Bend had several Bluejays in foul trouble as the Panthers were in the bonus with more ...

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