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Panthers struggle as Manhattan pulls ahead for rout

High School Basketball

Bryce Beck of Great Bend launches a shot over the Manhattan defense on Saturday afternoon.

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For the second day in a row, things went well for the Great Bend High School boys’ basketball team in the first quarter.
For the second day in a row, things turned on the Panthers in a hurry as Manhattan pulled away in the second quarter and amassed a 20-point cushion on its way to a 65-44 win on Saturday afternoon at the Panther Fieldhouse.
“I thought we played with much better energy today, with much better effort,” GBHS head coach Chris Battin said. “The kids competed, on the glass especially. We’re just going to have to find ways ...

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